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When Jennifer Cordts noticed a red spot that looked like a sunburn on her breast two years ago, she thought it'd be best to get a mammogram — just in case. The test came back normal, and she was told that the issue was she needed a bigger bra, she told WFAA, a Dallas-Fort Worth news station. Like any mom with access to the internet, she Googled her symptoms when the red spot didn't go away. The first result to come up was IBC, or inflammatory breast cancer. She went back to her doctor for a biopsy and her suspicions were quickly confirmed: She had stage four IBC. When the doctor told her, all she could think about was the fact that her Google search said no one survives this kind of cancer. IBC looks different than other kinds of breast cancer, which is why doctors didn't catch it with a mammogram. Women with IBC rarely never develop the stereotypical lump that most women with breast cancer do, Dr. Meyers has not treated Cordts. Although this type of breast cancer only makes up one to five percent of all breast cancer diagnoses in the U.
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When you see a rash , you probably brush it off as annoying but fairly harmless. Now, a mother of two in Texas is urging women to think twice if they develop a rash on their breast—it may be a sign of an aggressive form of cancer. Jennifer Cordts first noticed the small pink and brown rash on her breast in and thought it might be sunburn or irritation from her bra, she told WFAA.
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By Cheyenne Roundtree For Dailymail. When Jennifer Cordts first spotted a rash on her breast in early , she thought it might be sunburn or irritation from her bra. She never expected to hear the words: terminal breast cancer. Her gynecologist suggested her bra might be too small, so she replaced her underwear. Her doctor suggested it might be inflammation, so she took antibiotics. But nothing helped. She battled for 11 months to find an explanation. Eventually, she found a specialist to conduct an MRI scan - and it revealed incurable stage 4 inflammatory breast cancer. In that time, the disease had spread from her breast and lymph nodes to her bones and liver. Cordts was given three to five years to live.

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Sunburn is caused by the skin's reaction to ultraviolet light exposure. It appears as reddening and tenderness of the skin and usually occurs between 12 and 24 hours after the exposure. Sunburned skin can develop blisters and shedding of the outer layer of skin. Some oral medications used for other medical conditions, most commonly hydrochlorothiazide a blood pressure medication , may make the skin more sensitive to sunburning. Sunburn may occur on any sun-exposed area. Sunburn appears as immediate redness within 4 hours following exposure, followed by deep redness and blister formation in severe sunburn. Long-lasting redness may be present for weeks after the actual burn. If you have suffered a sunburn, further direct sun exposure should be avoided for a few days. Cool water or cool milk soaks may help cool and soothe the affected areas. Acetaminophen and ibuprofen can help decrease the redness and pain.

When Jennifer Cordts noticed a red spot that looked like a sunburn on her breast two years ago, she thought it'd be best to get a mammogram — just in case. The test came back normal, and she was told that the issue was she needed a bigger bra, she told WFAA, a Dallas-Fort Worth news station.

Like any mom with access to the internet, she Googled her symptoms when the red spot didn't go away. The first result to come up was IBC, or inflammatory breast cancer. She went back to her doctor for a biopsy and her suspicions were quickly confirmed: She had stage four IBC.

When the doctor told her, all she could think about was the fact that her Google search said no one survives this kind of cancer.

IBC looks different than other kinds of breast cancer, which is why doctors didn't catch it with a mammogram. Women with IBC rarely never develop the stereotypical lump that most women with breast cancer do, Dr. Meyers has not treated Cordts. Although this type of breast cancer only makes up one to five percent of all breast cancer diagnoses in the U. Cordt was given between three and five years to live, and she hopes her story can be a warning for other women to educate themselves.

Cordt plans to spend the rest of her life checking things off her bucket list. She's already gonet o a Celine Dion concert and taken her daughter to the beach for the first time. I better … push past the mammogram and ask for some more tests. For starters, women should remember that lumps aren't the only indicator for breast cancer.

Other symptoms of IBC include pitted or ridged skin, rapid breast growth, breast heaviness or tenderness, or inverted nipples. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, go get yourself checked out. Follow Redbook on Facebook. Type keyword s to search. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. You May Want to Think Twice.



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