Boobs. Perky, lumpy, bouncy, lop-sided. Everyone’s are different, and they can even change throughout the month, so it’s important to know what’s normal for you. Ladies, if you notice any change to your boobs that remains a week after your period has ended, or if you have any other concerns, it’s best to see your doctor.
How should you check yourself for signs of breast cancer? Do you check just the breasts or should you be checking in other places? As a team of mostly women working on this project, it was surprising that none of us knew the right way to check. We want to show others like us just how easy it is, with the hope that it encourages both men and women to do it more regularly!
We are not medical professionals, but we have done a lot of digging to find the right advice from people who really know their stuff! Here are some of them:
You must not rely on the information on our website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice or discontinue medical treatment because of information on our website.
We’re a nice creative agency that cares about serious issues. As well as client work, we encourage our team to take on internal projects on subjects they are truly passionate about. We call these Nice Works. Touch Yourself is one of these projects and we're very excited to share it with you!See our work