Monthly Archives: April 2015

Nipple Discharge – Non-milky and Non-bloody – How to Deal

Nipple discharge refers to any fluid that flows out of the nipple of the breast. Nipple discharge may be milky, non-milky and non-bloody, or bloody.  A non-milky nipple discharge can be clear, yellow, green, gray, or brown (and not bloody). … Continue reading

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Breast Pain – How to Deal With It – ROJoson’s Formulas

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Fibrocystic breast is not a disease! How to recognize!

From Mayo Clinic Accessed: April 19, 2015 Fibrocystic breasts are composed of tissue that feels lumpy or rope-like in texture. Doctors call this nodular or glandular breast tissue. It’s not at all uncommon to have fibrocystic breasts. More than … Continue reading

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Breast Pain – How to Deal

Breast pain is a phenomenon that all women should know how to handle.  It contributes to breast un-wellness or mental anxiety when not properly handled.  It can also cause a delay in diagnosis and even treatment when breast pain is … Continue reading

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One reason why you should have and keep your medical record!

AJ, a 65-year-old female, is about to migrate to the United States.  She was asked to produce a medical record of her previous operation, a breast cancer operation, which was done 25 years old.  I was the one who did … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Ana Juanillo – 25 Years in Remission

Ms. Ana Juanillo was 40 years old in 1990 when I did a modified radical mastectomy on her breast cancer in the Philippine General Hospital.  There was no postoperative adjuvant treatment whatsoever.   She is now 65 years old. She is … Continue reading

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Who is the Breast Specialist?

This afternoon, a female patient with a bloody nipple discharge came to my clinic after a referral from an obstetrician-gynecologist. After I examined the patient, she asked, “who should I see for my breast problem, the OB-GYN or you, the … Continue reading

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