Iga Breast Control™ kapsel sisaldab järgnevaid koostisaineid: Kibeohakas (Cnicus benedictus) 115 mg. Harilik humal (Humulus Lupulus) 75 mg. Harilik apteegitill (Foeniculum vulgare) 65 mg. Võilill (Taraxacum Officinale) 65 mg. Türosiin (Tyrosinum) 50 mg. Harilik lutsern (Medicago sativa) 45 mg. Ürtallikkress (Nasturtium Officinale) 30 mg. Damiana (Turnea diffusa) 17 mg. Harilik vaarikas (Rubus idaeus) 17 mg. Harilik rabarber (Rheum rhaponticum) 16 mg. Harilik lutsern (Medicago sativa) 45 mg. Kapsliümbrisželatiin ning glütserool Netokaal495 mg/kapsel
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As a 16 year old male, your chances of hanivg breast cancer are as close to aero as makes no difference. Men do get breast cancer, but fewer than 1% of those diagnosed with breast cancer are male, and most men diagnosed with it are over 60 though through breast cancer support groups I have met a very few men with breast cancer in their 50s..80% of all people diagnosed with breastcancer are over 50. It’s rare in women under 40, fewer than 0.1% of women diagnosed are under 30, and it’s almost unheard of in under 25s.So you can see how unlikely it would be for a teenage male to have breast cancer.Most breast lumps in men are a condition called gynaecomastia, a button-like growth under the nipple and areola area that can be felt and is sometimes visible to the naked eye and occasionally it can be quite tender.This increase in the amount of breast tissue is not a tumour and occurs due to changes in hormone balances at times like adolescence your age in other words.If your talking about about lumps you can feel in both breasts, then it’s even less likely (if possible) to be anything sinister the chances of breast cancer occuring in the same spot/s in both breasts simultaneously are tiny for anyone, and in a teenager (let alone a male one) the case would make medical history.What you’re feeling is almost certainly completely normal; mention it to your doctor next time you have an appointment with him/her, so that s/he can reassure you. But stop worrying about breast cancer.
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