Your technologist will ask you to stand facing the mammography machine, and then place one breast at a time on a flat surface. Another flat surface — called a compression paddle — will gently be lowered into place to compress your breast. Compression is necessary to spread out the breast tissue and to eliminate motion, which may blur the image. The compression may be uncomfortable, but shouldn't hurt. Compression usually lasts no more than a few seconds. During this time, an X-ray beam comes from above and penetrates your breast tissue.
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Of the many nicknames I've acquired over the years, there's one I'm reminded of today. The name was given to me by a bully shortly after I entered the sixth grade. I had been a fat kid since elementary school, but as puberty began to kick in, parts of me started growing differently than expected. The doctors said I had gynecomastia. But my bully simply called them "tits. He would pass me in the hall and catcall "Hey Tits!
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The concept of " virginity " for people with vaginas has a complicated history, and has often been incorrectly linked to breaking the hymen. Bleeding after sexual intercourse was incorrectly thought to be proof of an unbroken hymen, and thus, proof that a person had not had sex before. The reality, however, is that the state of your hymen has nothing to do with sexual activity. With the help of Dr.
Girls are beginning puberty almost a year earlier than women 40 years ago, according to research. Scientists have found the onset of development of glandular breast tissue has crept forwards by about three months per decade since the late s. Puberty generally begins between eight and 13 years in girls and nine and 14 years for boys. However, a number of global studies suggest the average age of puberty is falling.