Yes, you can. We recommend women to know how to perform breast self-examination and contact a doctor regarding any abnormalities. You should also know the benefits and limitations of breast cancer screening methods.
The National Health Service (NHS) recommends the following breast self-examination methods:
It is important to understand that every person’s breasts are different, and they can feel differently at certain times of the month. For example, breasts can become more tender and lumpy right before the start of menstruation.
Here are the steps the NHS recommends everyone should take to become more breast-aware:
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