Hi. I'm new to this, so I'm not sure who to ask or what to do. I am almost 44 and have a strong history of family with breast cancer. My mom had breast cancer in her 50's and my mom's mom died of breast cancer in her mid 50's. Anyway, I had a prophylactic mastectomy and reconstruction about 10 years ago. ( had polycystic lumps) I had acute pain in my right elbow 2 days ago. I googled elbow pain.... The symptom checker asked if I had swollen nodules in armpit. When I looked a three non moving swollen nodes. I went back to the system checker and it asked if in both armpits, when I checked I had 2 non moving swollen nodes on the other armpit. I went to family doctor yesterday and she drew some lab and I am to have mammogram/ultrasound on Monday. When I checked nodules today they seem to be smaller, but I noticed that the skin under my arm was different looking.i think it may be dimpling, looks like the skin on an orange ON BOTH armpits, I terrified! I have 3 sons and a wonderful husband, but I don't want to worry them if I don't have to. If anyone can help, I'd like to know what I'm looking at and just want someone to help me understand what could be happening! Thank you in advance!View Thread
Is it true that soy milk is possibly helping or causing cancer? Not just breast cancer, but any kind of cancer... I know that it contains some kind of hormone simmilar to estrogen.. that brings me to second part if my question, what effect does consumming estrogen have for a man? Thank you for answeringView Thread
This Community has been spammed with a vengeance!! Page after page of spam!! PLEASE...Stop them! At this point it is all but impossible to even find the last true post!!!! I tried to report them but it goes on for pages and pages!! HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I tried to contact you thru the "contact us" site and could not provide whatever the hecks you wanted !! I am beyond frustrated! This problem not only continues but has gown exponentially!! It must be stopped or you can literally bid farewell to anyone posting in this community as it is fruitless!
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