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Nipple discharge is common for some women. It is fluid from nipple in different colors or textures. Usually, this is not a sign of cancer. For example, birth control pills and other medications, such as sedatives, can cause a little discharge. However, for women who are going through or have passed menopause, nipple discharge can be a sign of cancer.
One of most common plastic surgeries performed in U.S. is breast implants. According to American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), there were 255,000 breast enhancement implant surgeries in 2003, nearly twice number done in 1998. Despite a decade of controversy over their safety, breast implants are more popular than ever among women who want to build upon what nature gave them or who want to restore what disease has taken away.
Some medical care providers say that using breast implants to rebuild breast (reconstruction), or change its size and shape (augmentation), significantly improves quality of life for many women. Advocates of breast implants also say that a woman's consent to surgery should be considered valid as long as she carefully weighs risks and benefits of procedure.
Whether you are looking to augment your breast size, reduce size of your breasts, or are looking for clothing that will make your breasts look more attractive, reliable and current information can be easily found by searching Internet.
Perhaps you need useful and relevant information about breast feeding--its benefits and best positions and techniques. Or maybe you are concerned about possibility of breast cancer--there are hundreds of websites dealing with all issues pertaining to human breast.
Larry Denton is a retired history teacher having taught 33 years at Hobson High in Hobson, Montana. He is currently V.P. of Elfin Enterprises, Inc., an Internet business providing valuable information on a variety of timely topics. For a doctor's office full of advice, resources and suggestions about breasts, visit http://www.BreastAide.com