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Pro-Shield Breast Health, a formula for breast health and hormone issues

Pro-Shield™ Breast Health This formula is intended for healthy women who are concerned with breast health and hormone issues. It contains clinically-studied nutrients that promote hormonal harmony and the body’s ability to detoxify and defend against free radical damage. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a healthcare professional prior to use.                                   To read more, visit: Pro-Shield™ Breast Health Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is not manufactured...

Is Breast Augmentation or Enlargement operation useful or harmful?

Women desiring breast enlargement (augmentation) fall into three broad groups. Those who were born with small breasts, those who have suffered a sagging or shrinkage of the breasts after breastfeeding or with age, and those who have had a breast removed because of cancer (breast reconstruction). Provided the patient is healthy, will benefit from the procedure, and is willing to have the operation there are no other criteria to be met. The operation involves a two or three day stay in hospital. Techniques vary from one surgeon to another, but normally a small cut is made under each breast or...

Baby Feeding – Breast milk is the best possible food for a baby from birth

Baby milk feeding A baby will normally be introduced to solids at about four months. These will consist of strained vegetables and fruits. At the beginning they are not a substitute for milk but are simply to get the baby used to them. Gradually solids become an integral part of the diet, and by six months the amount of milk can usually be reduced in proportion to solids in each meal. Breast milk is the best possible food for a baby from birth, and no other milk is needed until one year of age, when cow’s milk may be introduced. If the baby is not breast fed, infant formula is recommended...

Aminoglutethamide – Medication to treat Breast Cancer and Cushing syndrome

ALLOPLASTY Alloplasty is the use of non-human artificial material in a surgical procedure. This may include silicone breast implants, steel joint replacements or plastic heart valves. AMINOGLUTETHAMIDE Aminoglutethamide is a medication used orally to treat breast cancer and Cushing syndrome. It must not be used in pregnancy unless the mother’s life is at risk. Breastfeeding must be ceased before use but it may be used with caution in children. Regular blood tests for thyroid gland function and blood chemistry and, and checking of blood pressure are essential. Do not take it if suffering from...

Breasts – Primary function to produce milk to feed babies

Also known as the mammary glands, the breasts are glands that develop on the chest wall of women at puberty. Some women have breasts that are higher or lower on the chest, but when kneeling on all fours so the breast is hanging down, the nipple is usually over the fourth to sixth rib on each side. Some women have round breasts, while others have a more tubular shape. The size, shape and position of the breast is determined genetically, so women are likely to have a similar shaped and sized breasts to that of their mother and both maternal and paternal grandmothers. The primary function of...
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