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Is benzene in certain chemotherapies? Could a caretaker of someone receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer be exposed to benzene?
Only if: Only if you feel like. There is no official recommendation to do so, then it s optional. ...Read more
Feel soft: Breast tissue on exam in a lying down position with the breast being examined, having the hand behind the head and the opposite hand being used, should move around the breast in a clockwise position.L the breast should feel like lumpy oatmeal. A lesion in the breast would feel like someone dropped a stone into the lumpy oatmeal. ...Read more
Yes: Most breasts (sort of like feet size) are within a certain range of difference. But occasionally they will develop at different rates or with different size that is obvious. Rarely this may be caused by underlying pathology. Discuss with you family doctor if this is your problem. ...Read more
More glands and fat: One breast formed more glands (allowing for more milk engorgement) and fatty tissue, so ended up bigger than the other. If a woman's breasts were always equal in the past, and one recently got bigger, she should have the doctor examine the breasts to be sure that there is not a more serious problem going on, such as a tumor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer