A few days ago, an old girlfriend of mine reached out to me, telling me she was diagnosed with a big tumor (fibroid) growing in her uterus.
She said she had a lump there for months, and that she thought it’d go away on it’s own.
Unfortunately, the lump kept growing slowly, and she only went to the doctor when the lump became big and visible and painful.
Turns out it’s a tumor. Luckily, it wasn’t cancerous, but it was degenerative and growing fast.
She needed emergency surgery to get rid of it.
This post is a public service announcement:
DO NOT EVER IGNORE LUMPS IN YOUR BODY.
IF IT DOES NOT GO AWAY IN 2-3 DAYS, GO TO A DOCTOR.
THESE HARD LUMPS ARE TUMORS AND SOMETIMES THEY ARE CANCEROUS.
THE SOONER YOU CATCH THESE LUMPS AND HAVE THEM TREATED/REMOVED, THE BETTER OFF YOU WILL BE.
PEOPLE HAVE DIED BECAUSE THEY IGNORED LUMPS ON THEIR BODY THAT THEY LATER FOUND OUT SPREAD CANCER IN THEIR BODY.
Men, watch this video on how to perform a self-examination of your testicles and make sure you do it every month:
Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men. If you detect it early, it’s not that hard to treat.
Women, watch this video on how to perform a self-examination of your breasts and make sure you do it every month:
If you find any lumps or bumps on your body, take them seriously and go to a doctor.
Do not mess around hoping they go away like my old girlfriend did.
Ignoring this stuff can cost you your organs, limbs, and even your life.