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 San José. Costa Rica

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Because your peace is that of the whole family

SensiFemme is a glove for breast self-examination, capable of increasing the sensitivity of the touch 3 to 8 times, allowing to find injuries the size of the head of a pin

Early diagnosis of lesions is associated with longer survival and less invasive treatment

Early findings for better survival

Reduces friction, improving palpation

Reusable for up to 3 years

Easy to use

Prevention is in your hands


About breast self-examination

Breast self-examination consists of the monthly exploration of the breasts and armpits allowing the women to know in detail the characteristics of their breasts. This allows rapid detection of any changes

The purpose of breast self-examination is to notify any changes that may be noticeable to your specialist doctor in mammary pathology

Breast self-examination should not replace medical judgment or mammograms

Monthly all women from the age of 20, including pregnant women, in breastfeeding, menopausal women and those with breast prostheses

Who should perform the self-examination?

When should it be done?

In the first days of the menstrual cycle, ideally between 7-10 days after menstruation ends. In women who do not have a menstrual cycle (pregnant, menopausal and occasionally breastfeeding) self-examination should be performed monthly on the same day of each month.

What findings should you consult with your doctor?

It is recommended that you contact your specialist doctor in the presence of one or more of the following findings:

  • New onset breast nodule.

  • Increased size of a previous nodule.

  • Inflammation / redness of the mammary skin.

  • Retraction of the skin.

  • Flaking of the skin of the breast or nipple.

  • Fluid discharge through the nipple.

  • In a high percentage of cases the presence of these findings will not be related to breast cancer, but they are alarm signs that should contact your doctor for an adequate diagnosis