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Tips to Reduce Pain After Breast Cancer Surgery
Recovery from surgery can be painful. In this video Dr. Julie Billar offers some advice on how to reduce pain after breast cancer surgery. Many women use an ice pack wrapped in a towel after a lumpectomy or mastectomy to reduce pain and swelling. Dr. Billar reminds patients to wrap the ice in something to prevent burning of the skin. Wearing a supportive bra after a lumpectomy can help prevent excessive movement in the breast. Certain exercises can aid in recovery, too. Dr. Billar demonstrates some exercises and talks about their benefits. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/vi... SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/wh... CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancer... Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
Exercises After Breast Cancer Surgery
Learn about the exercises you should do after breast cancer surgery from Cancer Research UK.  This video shows you how to do shoulder shrugs and shoulder circles during the first week after surgery and goes on to show you arm exercises for the second week and beyond. These exercises help you regain normal movement so you can maintain your usual routine, have radiotherapy and prevent problems in the future. Find more information on the Cancer Research UK website: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/breast-cancer/treatment/surgery/after-surgery
Views: 67789 Cancer Research UK
Breast Cancer Surgery and Recovery
Dr. Patricia L. Dawson is a breast surgeon at the Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle. She provides a general overview of breast cancer surgery, what to expect in the hospital, and some helpful hints for when you go home. To learn more about breast cancer care at Swedish, please visit http://www.swedish.org/Services/Cancer-Institute/Services/Breast-Cancer
Views: 3608 Swedish
Neurosensory and Functional Recovery after Breast Cancer Surgery
Rebecca Crane-Okada, PhD, RN, CNS, AOCN Asst. Professor, Division of Nursing Research and Education Department of Population Sciences City of Hope National Medical Center This interview discusses issues related to lymphedema, post operative sensory changes, and range of motion limitations following breast cancer surgery, axillary lymph node dissection, and sentinel node biopsy.
Chemo for Breast Cancer | Recovery & Success after Chemotherapy - Max Hospital
In this video, Mrs Namita Malik explains how she went through chemo for breast cancer and successfully recovered from the disease after chemotherapy. Mrs Namita was shocked when she got to know through a biopsy that she had breast cancer. When she met Dr Devavrat Arya at Max Healthcare Lajpat Nagar, she was really worried and had many questions to ask. According to her, Dr Devavrat regularly motivated her and made her accept the fact that after chemotherapy, she would be completely fine & healthy. Mrs Namita has completed her Chemotherapy and is improving day by day. To know more, visit: https://www.maxhealthcare.in/hospital-network/max-institute-cancer-care-lajpat-nagar
Views: 12117 Max Healthcare
BCFNZ Webinar: Breast Cancer Surgery - Preparation and Recovery
This webinar has a focus on breast cancer surgery and recovery. From surgical options, to lyph nodes and post-operative care, a variety of topics will be covered.
Mastectomy and Reconstruction - Expanders after Breast Cancer
Here's a little about what to expect after going though a mastectomy and reconstruction. I'll show you what the expanders look and feel like. You can also see what my scars look like after surgery. Overall the expanders aren't too bad, but I'm sure the breast implants will feel and look a lot more natural. Get updates and find out what I'm up to now to try to stay cancer-free. https://chachingqueen.com/about/cancer/ I'm a 31 year old mom who was diagnosed with stage 1, triple negative breast cancer. I had a double mastectomy, reconstruction, and 4 rounds of chemo. I made this video to help other women know what to expect when going through this. "breast cancer" mastectomy reconstruction expanders "breast implants" "boob job" scars bikini "hair regrowth after chemo" "young woman" "young mom" "what to expect" chemo "bald woman" "short hair" "triple negative" "Austin texas" livestrong, masectomy, "breast removal"
Views: 244634 Rachel Cha Ching Queen
Breast Cancer Surgery – Drain Care
This video should be used with the drain section of “Your Journey Through Breast Cancer Surgery” booklet or health topic on MyHealth.Alberta.ca (myhealth.alberta.ca/breast-cancer-surgery/at-home/drain-care). It describes the steps of caring for the drain and the drain site in the first 1-2 weeks after a mastectomy (breast surgery).
Views: 575 MyHealth.Alberta.ca
Breast Cancer: Surgery and Recovery
Eric Oristian, MD, medical director, Breast Center, Holy Cross Hospital, discusses surgical treatment for breast cancer.
Views: 16 Holy Cross Health
Breast Cancer Surgery: Preparation and Recovery | Ramel Rones
Fight breast cancer like Xena the Warrior! In this video, I show you two stretches that you can use to prepare for, and recover from, surgery for breast cancer. This is the first of our four breast cancer-beating videos for October. Happy stretching! For more Tai Chi tips, tricks, and videos, follow me at: http://ramelrones.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ramelrones @RamiRones ____________________________________
Views: 367 Ramel Rones
Breast Reconstruction After Cancer Surgery
Dr. Jay Agarwal, from Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, discusses various options for breast reconstruction following breast cancer surgery.
Recovery From Breast Surgery
What your recovery period will be like after breast cancer surgery depends largely on the type of surgery that you had, says Dr. Wascher. Those undergoing lumpectomy with lymph node sampling can generally expect a fairly rapid recovery, while those undergoing mastectomy with reconstruction can expect a much more prolonged recovery. Listen to more of what Dr. Wascher has to say about recovery from breast surgery in the video above. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com
Mastectomy procedures
Definition A number of different mastectomy procedures exist, including: * Partial mastectomy or lumpectomy—the tumor and a small margin of surrounding breast tissue is removed * Simple mastectomy—the entire breast is removed * Modified radical mastectomy—entire breast and some axillary lymph nodes (lymph nodes near the breast) are removed, but chest muscles are left in place * Radical mastectomy—entire breast, axillary lymph nodes, and chest muscle are removed (rarely done)
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Mastectomy, Breast Cancer, Recovery
This is a video one day after my double mastectomy. Just wanted to give some practical advice and hope to those who may have this surgery.
Views: 5862 lauralouartwork
Bilateral Mastectomy - 6 Days Post-Op - Breast Cancer Surgery Without Reconstruction
SUBSCRIBE ✅ LIKE 😍 SHARE 💞 It’s been six days since my double mastectomy, lymph node removal, and chemo port removal. I feel like I’m doing quite well. The drains have been the primary cause of discomfort and difficulty. Otherwise, the pain surrounding the surgical sites has been managed with pain medication. I did not begin reconstruction, as I will have radiation in one month. It has been recommended by my surgeons to wait a minimum of six months after radiation prior to reconstruction. At this time, I am undecided whether or not I will have reconstruction. SUBSCRIBE ✅ LIKE 😍 SHARE 💞
Twin Sisters Share Breast Cancer, Recovery
http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressTwins Kelly McCarthy and Kristen Maurer have shared most everything throughout their lives - now, even, breast cancer. The sisters helped one another through diagnosis, treatment, recovery and in a medical rarity, one donated tissue to the other. (Nov. 1) The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP's commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
Views: 4371 Associated Press
Breast Cancer: Surgery and Recovery
Dr. Hailey briefly discusses breast cancer surgery options and recovery.
6 Yoga Poses That Help With Breast Cancer Recovery
Source Website : http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/yoga-poses-for-breast-cancer-patients/ 6 Yoga Poses That Help With Breast Cancer Recovery We all know that yoga is an incredible healing energy. But did you know that it is powerful enough to combat cancer? Yes, it is, and it works brilliantly for breast cancer. That is because breast cancer patients are usually diagnosed in the earlier stages of the disease as compared to other cancer patients and are hence aware and active enough to practice yoga from early on and prevent their condition from getting worse. Whether it is breast cancer diagnosis or treatment or healing post surgery, yoga is your tool to recuperate well. Research shows that yoga can ease nausea, depression, and anxiety that often accompany breast cancer treatment. It also soothes and comforts you and makes you feel healthy after the pain and uncertainty of the treatment. Here are 6 best yoga poses that will help you do so. Take a look. Yoga Poses For Breast Cancer Recovery Practice the following poses gently. Make sure you are comfortable in them and do them at your own pace. 1.Ardha Matsyendrasana (Fish Pose) 2.Virasana (Hero Pose) 3.Sethu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose) 4.Anjaneyasana (Crescent Pose) 5.Virabhadrasana II (Warrior II Pose) 6.Savasana (Corpse Pose)
Views: 7910 Kham Peng
Breast Cancer Surgery and Recovery
Documenting the physical aspects of breast cancer - from biopsy through reconstruction surgery.
Views: 76156 Annie S
Breast Cancer Treatment & Surgery: Story Of Savita - Max Hospital
This Video is about breast cancer treatment & surgery of Savita Kumari who bravely fought advanced breast cancer that too at the age of 26. In the beginning, when she went through the diagnosis at a Govt. hospital, she became very upset as she was very young. She approached Max Hospital for her treatment where Dr Geeta Kadayaprath performed breast cancer surgery on her after chemotherapy treatment. She is now totally fit and is quite happy in life. For more information visit: https://www.maxhealthcare.in/our-specialities/cancer-care-oncology
Views: 35802 Max Healthcare
Tips For Breast Cancer Surgery Recovery - AnneMarie Ciccarella
Surgery recover can be challenging so AnneMarie gives two tips she wishes she had been given in order to make recovery easier. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk.  If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
Breast cancer post surgery exercise weight/strength training recovery
this is video is not an advice video for exercise post breast cancer surgery. i just wanted to share my experience and healing after my surgery. after a wide local excision of my breast lump and margins the size of a large orange and the removal of 2 lymph nodes, i had developed lymphodema of the breast and lost sensation to my armpit and the back of my tricep area. the prescribed exercises really helped me in the hospital but i added more exercises to help with mobility, energy and mood during my hospital stay and beyond. i also walked alot after i got home 5 days later and then moved onto going back to the gym. 10mins of eliptical exercises really helped me regain lots more energy, ease tension, pain and cording tightness. it also helped me recover with alot more strength. i did powerlifting and trained for around 4 days a week 1.5hrs a session prior to cancer diagnosis and i have had systemic lupus since 1998. before i discovered strength training i couldnt stay awake for more than 8 hours or so in a day and really struggled with exercise due to fatigue and joint pain. but doing steady and slow weights eased the lupus symptoms and made me strong in body and mind. its one of the most empowering things i've ever done for myself and its so fun. it is the right exercise for me and i really hope that i will be able to pick up where i left off... it's really unfortunate that there is not alot of information about strength training post breast cancer surgery... but i hope there will be more and more research to keep advancing our knowledge and experience with this area of recovery... Today's workout exactly 3 weeks after surgery: Body weight squats 3x12 Dumbell squats 3x12 -5kgs each hand Light bench press 3x12 -2sets 4ks, 1set 2kgs Bicep curls 3x12 -4kgs Shoulder press 3x12 -4kgs Leg press 3x12 -65kgs Weighted rows 3x12 -9kgs Eliptical 25mins -up to lv25
Views: 754 Liz Wei
Breast Cancer Treatment: Can I Lead A Normal Life After Recovery?
Dr. Harness discusses life after breast cancer treatment and offers advice for healthy, normal living. Although life after breast cancer may be difficult, Dr. Harness recommends you stay positive and live your life as normal as possible. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk.  If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
Sasha's recovery from Mammary cancer surgery
Sasha went through major mammary gland removal after lumps developed. The biopsy came back showing the cancer was successfully removed.. and Hopefully no more problems! And no more surgeries for this sweet little girl. Can't wait till she can play on the beach again with Stella.. but it might be another week or more.. Looking forward to a happy future! (Going through surgery is Rough!!!!~~~:)
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Breast Cancer Discoveries Day 26: The Surgical Recovery Process Pt 2
http://www.breastcancerdiscovery.com For most people, the idea of surgery usually ignites thoughts of pain, suffering and not being able to function normally for a long period of time. It's quite natural to think that breast surgery would be no different... or would it be? In Day 26, hear Dr. Boolbol explain the process of recovery after having breast surgery and what to really expect in recovery time. Video Transcript: "When we're talking about recovery from a mastectomy, the time period for recovery really is based on the type of reconstruction that one has. So the first decision with the mastectomy is do you have reconstruction or not. If you do n to have reconstruction, typically, you're in the hospital overnight and home the next day with what we call drains, a small tube that collects some fluid from underneath the skin. That drain usually stays in about a week or so, but again, we're not operating on muscle, so pain is not really an enormous factor here. The emotional aspect is undeniable and that is all part of the recovery is the emotional recovery from having a breast removed. With reconstruction it then depends on what type of reconstruction you have. The two main types of reconstruction are using an implant or using your own tissue and that can come from various aspects of the body. So that's really the main types of breast reconstruction. If you're using an implant, you're in the hospital for a day or two and go home with a drain, a small tube that collects some fluid. You're out of work several weeks. It's somewhat uncomfortable because the implant is placed underneath the muscle and the muscle is being stretched out and that's where the discomfort or pain comes from, but again, with pain medication, it's very tolerable. The other type of reconstruction is using your own tissue either from your abdominal or belly area or you can use the tissue right over the latissimus muscle on your back. With that, the recovery and the discomfort is from what we call the donor site, where we got that tissue from, not the breast area and that's really where the discomfort and pain come from, again, with pain medication, very controllable. Most women are out of work for several weeks, perhaps up to six weeks with that type of reconstruction."
Views: 533 DispellingTheMyths
Breast Cancer Recovery Patient Testimonial in Chennai | Breast Cancer Surgery in India
This is a testimonial from a patient after her successful breast cancer surgery in Chennai breast center. Watch her story.Chennai breast center is a state of the art comprehensive one-stop breast center at Chennai. Our team will provide a comprehensive and a highly specialized treatment for all types of breast problems. You will find the latest and the most advanced technology and equipment to diagnose breast cancer and you are surrounded by the strength of the best team in the country. Visit website@https://www.chennaibreastcentre.com Contact us@https://www.chennaibreastcentre.com/contact-us.php Follow us: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/chennaibreastcenter/ Twitter :https://twitter.com/breast_centre LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/chennai-breast-centre-7a72a5162/ YouTube :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2e_mz_p0x3dyXro2Cfaitw Google+ :https://plus.google.com/u/0/102332501847908820434
Views: 1218 chennai breast centre
Changes After Breast Cancer Lumpectomy
There may be several changes to the breast after a lumpectomy. Dr. Julie Billar explains what kinds of changes you can expect after a lumpectomy. Dr. Billar is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and specializes in the treatment of breast disease as well as breast and lymph node surgeries. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/video-categories/ SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr ______ Disclaimer: This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
Breast Cancer Post Surgery Recovery Pillow
myComfortQuest.com Breast Cancer During the first few days after breast cancer surgery, recovery is uncomfortable and sleeping through the night is difficult. Post surgery pain is very common. Physicians prescribe medication but you may still have breast soreness and discomfort. The Comfort Quest Side Sleeper Pillow will help manage your pain and allow you to sleep comfortably through the night. The Side Sleeper Pillow was designed specifically to provide comfort from chest pain after surgery and in the recovery process. It is most effective after breast augmentation, mastectomy, lumpectomy, heart surgery, and all other chest surgery. It will provide restful sleep and help speed recovery.
Views: 1332 Ben Kass
Breast Cancer Treatment : Surgery and Recovery
http://www.onlinepharmacychecker.com/ What happens after Breast Cancer Treatment Surgery and Recovery ? - You wake up in the recovery area next to the operating theatres. - At first you’ll be wearing a mask or have small tubes into your nose (nasal cannulae) to give you oxygen. You might feel dizzy and sluggish to begin with. - You have a blood pressure cuff on your arm and a little clip on your finger to measure your pulse and oxygen level. - Once you are more awake, your nurse will take you back to the ward. They will measure your blood pressure and check your dressings regularly.
Post-Operative Care After Breast Cancer Surgery (By Dr. Swodeep Mohanty)
After any surgery it’s important for patients to get up and move. But after a Breast Cancer, physical therapists say rebuilding muscle and strength is vital to their recovery.
Breast Cancer Double Mastectomy Surgery Recovery Anastacia Interview
Enjoy an Exclusive interview with singer Anastacia who talks about her remarkable life, voice and career and overcoming two breast cancers and a double mastectomy. Hear 100's of Exclusive interviews and reviews with Alex Belfield at www.celebrityradio.biz
The C Word: My Journey With Breast Cancer - Vlog 7: recovery and set-backs
On August 15th 2017 I was diagnosed with breast cancer: Grade 2 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. I have a long and uncertain road in front of me, but I decided that creating a video blog to document my journey would perhaps help me come to terms with my diagnosis, as well as hopefully be a tool to support others who are going through something similar. After a difficult few weeks I am still having trouble with the wound post-surgery and have been admitted back into hospital for strong IV antibiotics following a bad infection, and to have the wound opened and cleaned in theatre. I have now met with the oncologist to discuss the next stages of treatment as well as my prognosis. Please feel free to subscribe to join and follow me.
Views: 879 Phillippa Lusty
Breast Cancer Surgery – Arm and Shoulder Exercises – Week 1
It is recommended that patients who undergo breast surgery complete a series of arm and shoulders exercises after surgery. These exercises help patients regain the shoulder movement they had before surgery. Patients are instructed to start these exercises 24 hours after their surgery. This video is meant to support the information in the surgical booklet “Your Journey through Breast Cancer Surgery” (General Diet, Activity, and Exercise section), and gives patients a visual resource to use at home.
Views: 250 MyHealth.Alberta.ca
Axillary cording after breast cancer - breast cancer rehabilitation.
For assessment and treatment: https://www.breastandshoulder-rehab.com/breast-cancer-recovery Cording: a self assessment guide can be purchased:http://www.breastandshoulder-rehab.com/#!product-catalogue/cxsz Cording is hard to assess yourself...follow simple steps to assess whether you could have cording. Thin cords or thick cord can be seen and felt in the armpit and down the arm. These develop in the early days after breast cancer surgery.. If we can have a better understanding of how these form, then we can use the most effective treatments to make them "go away". Other names for this problem are axillary web syndrome and cording. With sufficient treatment, these should disappear over time. Denise Stewart, an Occupational Therapist at a Breast Cancer Center in Brisbane, explains cording and treatment options.
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Breast Cancer Recovery Exercises via Hyperwear®, Diane Vives & Austin Fit Magazine
Http://www.hyperwear.com In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Hyperwear's Director of Training and Under Armour Advisory Board Member, Diane Vives MS, CSCS has teamed up with Austin Fit Magazine, in Diane's "Moving Muscle of the Month" article, to bring you exercises geared specifically toward breast cancer rehabilitation and recovery. In the video, Diane reveals several key exercises that target areas in need of strengthening and improvement after breast cancer treatment, surgery or reconstruction. Focusing on these areas works to decrease recovery time and helps get breast cancer survivors back to their normal functioning lifestyles. Target Area #1: Upper-Body Range of Motion Rolling push-up on at an elevated position: Shift from right to left and low to high, use a plyo box, bench or bar on the rack. Begin to increase range of motion as your become stronger and more comfortable with the movement. Target Area #2: Postural Changes Vector training with bands: Focus on posture strength, start in forward position and pull all the way back to a row. This exercise emphasizes muscles in the lower part of the shoulder blades that helps to improve posture. Target Area #3: Re-Gaining Grip-Strength Bent over row: Use a SandBell, which allows you to dig into the moving, shifting sand that activates grip muscles. Complete repetitions of bent over rows, making sure to constantly have a strong, active grip. It's important to note that everyone is very individualistic in their type of cancer, treatment and recovery plans, so it's essential to always check with your doctor before you begin any sort of exercising plan.
Views: 2067 Hyperwear®
Lumpectomy Surgery Removal of Benign Lump from Breast   Excision of a bump   YouTube
Subscribe to my Dermatology educational channel, Welcome to my channel! Hopefully this channel will show you a "window into my world" as a dermatologist. I'd like to educate you about different diseases of the skin, hair, and nails, and give you some skin care advice as well. Along the way, you will still see your favorites, what has become my "bread and butter" so to speak: pimples popped, blackheads extracted, cysts and lipomas excised. Hope you enjoy, learn a little about dermatology and how to take better care of your skin, and thank you so much for watching! This video may contain dermatologic surgical and/or procedural content. The content seen in this video is provided only for medical education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. what is a Acne : Acne occurs when the pores on your skin become blocked with oil, dead skin, or bacteria. Each pore on your skin is the opening to a follicle. The follicle is made up of a hair and a sebaceous (oil) gland. The oil gland releases sebum (oil), which travels up the hair, out of the pore, and onto your skin. The sebum keeps your skin lubricated and soft. If you develop acne, this may be because of one or more problems in this lubrication process. Blackheads are small bumps that appear on your skin due to clogged hair follicles. These bumps are called “blackheads” because the surface looks dark or black. Blackheads are a mild type of acne that usually form on the face .
Views: 7070 Nuij Kiase
Breast cancer reconstruction drain explanation
Day 6 of recovery after getting implants replaced from breast cancer surgery. The original ones had shifted so these are the replacements
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Jackson Pratt Drain Care | Breast Cancer Mastectomy Surgery
Read & Watch my full story at http://www.nalie.ca Probably the most annoying part about having a mastectomy with immediate reconstruction, are the drains you have carry around for 10 days! Introducing my empty Jackson Pratt drains. Read & Watch my full story at http://www.nalie.ca
Views: 15131 Nalie Agustin
What to do Before Breast Cancer Surgery
"The number one thing is to come in healthy, " Dr. Julie Billar says when patients ask her how to prepare before breast cancer surgery. She reminds patients to eat and live well to give them a good start on recuperating after the surgery. Get some good rest and find out when you may need to stop eating. Talk to your doctor about which medications you can take prior to the surgery. Dr. Billar tells patients to bring a book or a friend to ease their mind before the procedure. Some of her patients bring in music to listen to as they go to sleep. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/vi... SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/wh... CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancer... Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
Exercises after Surgery for Breast Cancer
Demonstration of common exercises recommended after surgery for breast cancer. Perform under the recommendation of a physician.
Views: 3238 PhysioPartners
iMRS 2000 PEMF Testimonial - Breast Cancer Quick Recovery!
http://www.iMRS2000.com - Powerful Healing Story a remarkable and FAST recovery from Breast cancer using the iMRS 2000. **Make SURE to purchase your iMRS 2000 ONLY from www.IMRS2000.com (we do not work with ANY other websites). iMRS2000.com Exclusives: Free Energy Medicine Course, 1-1 Training w/ Bryant Meyers, Free Book & Monthly Bonuses (call for details). Disclaimer: This video has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product. This information is not intended as medical advice and may not be used as medical advice. It should not be used to replace the advice of your own doctor.
Views: 2278 iMRS 2000
Breast Cancer Surgery Recovery Exercises - Qigong Crane Movements (Gentle)
In our video series for preparing and recovering from surgery of the upper body, we introduce you to 5 graceful and gentle Crane movements from Medical/Martial Qigong. This Crane set will cover every possible angle to stretch and stimulate the soft tissues in your upper body: skin, fascia, muscles, tendons and ligaments. This crane set combines movements, different deep breathing patterns, mindfulness and evoking the spirit of the crane. Each one of the 5 Crane movements in this set can be done sitting, standing or even lying in bed. We recommend practicing each movement 10 to 50 times or 30 to 60 seconds. The first Crane movement, Crane plays with both wings, is a warm up; horizontal to the floor or back to front. The second Crane movement is a bit harder on the upper body, Crane flaying, to challenge the arms and chest but with the principle of 80 percent effort; the movement is up and down, vertically. The third Crane movement is; Crane recovers from its flight which adds another important angle and also massages the soles of the feet, which is part of the formula; forward and backwards. The fourth Crane movement; Crane attacks, is another important angle for the neck and shoulders and to stimulate the lungs; 45 degrees to the floor and sky. The last and fifth Crane piece is, Crane plays with one wing, which can be done to any of the angles; this is a great way to cool down and finish or also a great way to start. As always, please consult with your doctor before starting any exercise routine, especially if you are recovering from surgery. Always go at your own pace and stop if you are experiencing pain or discomfort.
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Top 12 Super Foods That Fight Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a disease caused by our bodies cellular unbalance. It’s most commonly found in women. Early diagnosis is the best way to effectively treat breast cancer, so getting an annual mammogram is one of the best ways for women over 40 to prevent this disease. Aside from early diagnosis, keeping your cells balanced and free of harmful free radicals is the second best way to avoid this disease. So, here is a list of foods that contain chemical compounds that help slow the development of cancer. Green Tea Green tea is rich in polyphenols and catechins. These substances are antioxidants that protect our cells from DNA damage caused by free radicals. One cup of green tea per day is the recommended amount. Pomegranate juice Pomegranate juice also contains polyphenols. According to recent studies, pomegranate juice has the potential to be a preventative tool for certain types of cancer, including breast cancer. Blueberries, strawberries and black raspberries These fruits contain large quantities of polyphenols, that may contain anticancer properties. Furthermore, they are rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin C. You should eat from ¾ of a cup to 1 cup of fruit a day. Plums and peaches Studies indicate that the polyphenols found in plums and peaches can help prevent breast cancer cell formation and keep them from multiplying. Evidence suggest that polyphenols help kill cancerous cells, without harming healthy cells. Cruciferous vegetables These vegetables are normally rich in antioxidants (such as vitamins C, E and K) and fiber. The most popular cruciferous vegetables are: - Broccoli; - Cauliflower; - Brussel sprouts; - Arugula; - Cabbage. Green vegetables The greener the vegetable, the denser the nutrients. Green vegetables are normally rich in antioxidants and fibers, which makes them valuable tools against cancer. Carotenoids Carotenoids are found in red, orange, dark green and yellow fruits and vegetables. These foods are very rich in vitamin A, lutein, beta carotene and lycopene, all of which are effective against free radicals. Apigenin Apigenin is a flavonoid found in certain fruits, vegetables and herbs. As apigenin is an antioxidant, these foods may have anti-inflammatory properties as well. The most common sources of apignenin are: - Parsley; - Celery; - Chamomile; - Mint; - Spinach; - Licorice. Omega-3 Fatty Acids Found abundantly in cold water fish, omega-3 fatty acids are an essential nutrient for the functioning of your immune system. The most common sources of Omega-3 are: - Salmon; - Sardines; - Herring; - Fish oils, such as cod liver oil. Whole grains Whole foods also tend to be high in anticancer polyphenols, they usually include other essential nutrients such as fiber, magnesium and protein. Some examples of whole grains are: - Brown rice; - Oats; - Corn; - Barley. Peppers Both dehydrated and fresh peppers contain capsaicin. This component is a very powerful antioxidant in the fight against free radicals and it also has anticancer power. The hotter the pepper, the higher the concentration of capsaicin. Garlic Garlic is especially effective for people suffering from breast cancer that have a reaction with estrogen. Saffron Saffron has curcumin that helps decrease the toxic effects of certain breast cancer cells and can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Always remember that breast cancer treatment should be overseen by a doctor, however, these tips may help to complement it, so talk to your doctor about these foods. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Lumpectomy & Radiation Therapy: Understanding Breast Cancer
Surgeons at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC describe breast conservation surgery and lumpectomy surgery, including removal and evaluation of cancer tissue, radiation therapy, and recovery following surgery.
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Breast Cancer Discoveries Day 25: The Surgical Recovery Process Pt 1
htttp://www.breastcancerdiscovery.com For most people, the idea of surgery usually ignites thoughts of pain, suffering and not being able to function normally for a long period of time. It's quite natural to think that breast surgery would be no different... or would it be? In Day 25, hear Dr. Boolbol explain the process of recovery after having breast surgery and what to really expect in recovery time. Video Transcript: "One of the words that comes to mind when people think of surgery is pain and recovery and that everyone wants to know what will my recovery be like. Will it hurt a lot, what will I feel like? Let's talk about a lumpectomy first. When we're talking about recovery from a lumpectomy, it's actually very straightforward and the main reason is that we're not operating on muscle. When you start operating on muscle, that's really where the painful aspect of recovery comes in. So when we're operating on the breast, we're really making an incision in the skin and then operating on the soft tissue or the breast tissue underneath that skin, having nothing to do with the muscle, so the recovery is pretty straightforward. In fact, women are out of work maybe two or three days and they're back at work and back at whatever fulltime responsibilities they have. When we do these sentinel lymph node biopsy, removing a few lymph nodes under the arm, that incision underneath the arm tends to hurt a little bit more, not because we're operating on muscle, because again we're not, but just the location of the incision right underneath the arm. That hurts a little bit more, but overall, recovery is very straightforward. The overwhelming majority of women are back at work within a few days."
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WHAT I WISH I KNEW ABOUT RECOVERY | 6 Week Breast Surgery Update (Before & After Pics)
Everything you need to know about my breast augmentation and breast lift surgery, the post-operation recovery process. Top General Tips 1. Educate yourself (9:52) 2. Rest the breast for 6 weeks (11:04) 3. Invest in a couple good bras for recovery (11:42) 4. Advil (or any other anti-inflammatory) is your best friend (13:13) 5. Breasts will drop at different rates (13:54) 6. Airline Neck Pillow is really good to help you sleep on your back (14:19) 7. Takes about 1 year for breasts to fully settle in (15:09) My Pre-Surgery Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF3P6yv8Q68&t=151s ******** Follow me on Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/shameenmiller/ ******** Music | Epidemic Sound http://www.epidemicsound.com ******** A little bit about me My name is Shameen Miller. I am a Canadian freelancer, YouTuber and avid traveller. I live a fasting focused lifestyle and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. Follow me on my journey and lets spread more positivity in this world. Shameen
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