A midwife in the Upper East Region has endorsed men frequently sucking their wives Bosom s as a means to help prevent Bosom cancer. It’s a line many guys have used in jest but it could actually have some use, according to this midwife.The midwife was speaking at seminar organised over the weekend by the Upper East Regional Chapter of the Distance Education Students Association of Ghana (DESAG) of the University of Cape Coast (UCC).
Madam Mary Azika said.
The vastly experienced healthcare professional also gave a rundown of how Bosom cancer is contracted and develops.
“You are not Bosom feeding but when you squeeze the nipple you would see some discharge, either yellow or [bloody]. By the time you start feeling some pain, it means you have reached the advanced stage.”