Can anyone recommend a breast specialist or breast center? Don't quite know how to describe it, but I noticed a sort of ropelike ridge beneath my left breast the other day. I'm praying it's just a fibrocystic change, or something equally benign, but it's worrying me enough that I want to get it evaluated. Thanks, all!
It might be a blockage of a sort.. I had something like that a while ago,
I have massaged organic cabbage juice fresh home made by me
itno it for thre days and it went away. If you ever try anything like that
the skin on the top has not to have any breakages or wounds as juice
might irritate skin.
cabbage has lots of properties that heal breasts in may ways,
it is an ancient medicine for breast alginments of all kinds,
all underlying infections, blockages, it heals little cysts and
regulates things inside the breast.. calms it down so to speak..
and has some hormonal balance qualities.
It worked for me in many siutatins when I was sure I will end up
with a breast beint cut off.. . I leveled hard parts inside, it
cured cysts and it did unblocked blocked canals ..
I knew it did not cost much and it had no side effects so it was worth a shot.
It did work so far for me.
P.S. I just wanted to add the technicality: I rubbed the fresh juiced cabbage juice into all breast with my heand, over and over again very very very gently..like rubbing lotion itnot it..
let it soak in and more and more.. cabage juice is great hormon balancing thing but some peopel have problem taking it internally as it makes you bloat but I did also drink some and it is really amazing what it did to me curing all kinds o breast issues that seemes scary at best to totally gone.
with having your brast check be very careful with mammograms as most centers will begin with them and if you did not have any cancerous thing going and I hope you don't.. then just a mammogram might cause something in you as breast tissue is very sensitive and radiation changes cells on teh cellular level and there might be a genetical switch flip form radiation and bad outcome. So do research on mammograms before someone advices you one and see if you are willing to take risks that might outcome betefits.
Do read "mammograms risks"
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