Kasatintin News has received hundreds of messages from our cherished readers in the month of October hitting on one big question–the major cause of breast cancer in women with big breast size.
The thought of the connection between breast size and cancer risk always arises in October which is observed internationally as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Doctors are uncertain about how to prevent breast cancer, however according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, researchers are still working to fully understand breast cancer’s causes to ultimately prevent the disease entirely through smarter screening or even vaccines.
Like body shapes and sizes, there are eight different types of breasts in the world which you should be aware of. These are asymmetric, athletic, east west, pendulous, bell shape, slender, round and tear drop.
It is an undeniable fact that the female breast is the most sensitive part of the body.Men love to play with the breast during love making.The breast also produces rich, natural milk to feed babies.
So, are women with bigger breast at high risk of breast cancer? Recent publication by the National Breast Cancer Foundation found that ‘there is no connection between breast size and cancer risk, although it can sometimes be more challenging to examine larger breasts’.
It stated that obesity and breast density can both increase the risk of breast cancer while family history and lifestyle factors can also influence the odds of getting breast cancer.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation concluded that ‘women with larger breasts are more likely to report back pain, but this is not a risk factor for breast cancer’.
It advised that no matter what your breast size, it is important to conduct regular screenings to help the early detection of any unusual changes, such as thickening or lumps in the breast. If you feel anything unusual, visit your doctor.
In addition, ‘maintaining a healthy weight and getting regular exercise can also support overall health while reducing the risk factors for breast cancer’. SOURCE: Kasatintin.com