Breast Before & After Images

Signs of Improvement for a High-Risk Client

Thermal Images: Breast Before & After

Signs of Improvement for a High-Risk Client

marie drake

This 43 year old client had no breast complaints and had recently had a normal mammogram. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes an assymetrical vascularity in the right breast. The thermal findings associated with this vascularity contributed to a right breast rating of TH 5. For more information on Thermobiological risk ratings, please visit Understanding Thermobiological Risk.

As a result, she obtained further evaluation by ultrasound and MRI; both exams were normal.* Pro-actively supporting her health, she obtained the book, "Better Breast Health - for Life!" and opted to improve and alkalize her diet, do emotional cleansing, clear lymphathic congestion, cleanse parasites, etc. She lost 15 pounds in 3 months. The thermal image in the middle resulted. Note that there are no signs of new vessels in the assymetrical vascularity in the right breast, and decreased vascular dilation overall.

Continuing to focus on optimizing her breast health, the thermal image at right resulted after another 6 months, indicating continued decrease in vascular dilation.

Signs of Improvement for a DCIS Client

Improvement for a DCIS Client

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 65 year old client felt a palm-sized lump in her right breast. Following an abnormal mammogram and ultrasound, she underwent biopsy and was diagnosed with DCIS (Ductile Carcinoma In-Situ).

Three months after diagnosis, the client obtained thermal imaging. Her initial breast series includes the leftmost set of images (top and bottom). The thermal finding circled may have been caused by an inflammatory reaction to the cancer. The thermal findings associated with this breast contributed to a right breast rating of TH 3. For more information on Thermobiological risk ratings, please visit Understanding Thermobiological Risk.

The middle set of images (top and bottom) resulted four months later, and the rightmost images resulted six months after that. Each set of images indicates less thermal activity at the cancer site. The rightmost images were a part of a breast series that resulted in a right breast rating of TH 1, suggesting improvement.

After her diagnosis, this client reports that she worked aggressively on health and lifestyle to address her DCIS: she detoxified her body across four levels, including emotional and physical; she became alkaline (versus acidic); she increased sleep and exercise; she cleared her lymphatics; and she mediated and prayed.

By way of subsequent mammogram, MRI, and Body Scan (bio feedback), she learned she had successfully eliminated the DCIS.

Her success inspired her to record her journey for the benefit of others and is available in the form of a book through Amazon.com: "A Story of Grace".

Monitoring the Effectiveness of Treatment…

Monitoring the Effectiveness of Treatment - Two Apparently Different Outcomes

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterUpper row: Prior to thermal imaging, this woman had received a diagnosis of Stage 2, Grade 2-3 invasive adenocarcinoma, which was HER-2 and BRCA II positive. Note the hypervascularity in the upper left image. After completing twelve chemotherapy treatments, complemented with Herceptin and Iscador treatments, the upper right image resulted 5 months later. Note the apparent reduction in hypervascularity.

Lower row: Prior to thermal imaging, this woman had discovered a lump in the upper inner left breast. Her thermal imaging shortly thereafter resulted in the lower left image, which warranted further evaluation by her doctors. Following ultrasound and biopsy, she received a diagnosis of invasive lobular carcinoma with angiolymphatic invasion. Subsequently, she stopped all hormone replacement therapy and initiated an herbal/homeopathic treatment plan. However, seven months later, the right lower image resulted, indicating an increase in hypervascularity.

Before and After Effects of Failed Root Canal…

Before and After Effects of Failed Root Canal Extraction on the Breasts

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterTop Row - 2012: (Former Camera)

Note the lymph flow from the neck into the chest and breasts, particularly the right breast.

R – TH 4, L – TH 2

Bottom Row - 2015:(Current Camera)

Note the significant reduction in chest inflammation, the increased symmetry between breasts, and the lack of heat/thermal features therein.

R – TH 1, L – TH 1

Following the left tooth #14 extraction, the client’s Thermobiological Risk in the right breast decreased from HIGH risk (4) to LOWEST risk (1).           Prevention was supported!!! Of what, we'll never know...

Conspicuous Vascularity and Estrogen Stimulation

Conspicuous Vascularity and Estrogen Stimulation

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterNote the extensive vasodilation in the left image. The right image followed 3 months of nutritionally-based estrogen metabolism support.* Note the significant reduction in vasodilation, suggesting a decrease in estrogen stimulation. Her Hormonal Grade decreased from 3 to 1. For more information on this subject, please visit the "Understanding Estrogen Stimulation and Hormonal Grades" page.

Your interpretive report includes a thermobiological risk rating for each breast (For more information on this subject, please visit the "Understanding Thermobiological Risk" page.) and a Hormonal grade to assess the level of vascular dilation, which increases with estrogen stimulation in the breasts. This information may be important given that excess estrogen stimulation creates more favorable conditions for tumor development and because breast tissue can hold many times more estrogen than levels revealed in typical blood tests.

Significant Improvement after 6 Months

Significant Improvement after 6 Months

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 54 year old obtained breast thermography, mammography, and ultrasound in April 2009. While her mammogram and ultrasound were normal, the leftmost images resulted from thermography and indicate asymmetrical findings in the upper left breast i.e. localized inflammation.

Her thermobiological risk assessment resulted in Right: TH2 and Left: TH4.

In addition, the mottling (conspicuous findings distributed throughout the image) raise the index of suspicion for the possibility of systemic inflammation. (See below for more examples consistent with systemic inflammation.)

The rightmost images resulted 6 months later. In between her exams, she made lifestyle and dietary changes.

Can you see the significant improvement in the symmetry of thermal patterns between the breasts?

Can you see the significant reduction of thermal findings in these images, particularly in the upper left breast?

Her thermobiological risk assessment resulted in Right: TH2 and Left: TH2.

This means that her left breast thermobiological risk decreased from a level of "high risk", to a level of "low risk".

Tirza Breast Images

Other Examples of Improvement

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 40 year old female experienced swollen and painful breasts with several large fibrocysts. After 2 months of treatment involving nutritional support for hormonal balance and optimal estrogen metabolism, her fibrocysts and symptoms drastically diminished.* Note the improved symmetry in colors and thermal patterns from the left to right image.

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThese images are from the same female, above. The left image was acquired in 1998. Note the intensity of the color black, representing heat, and greater intensity of heat in the left breast (on the right side of the image). The right image was acquired in 2003. Note the reduction in overall heat intensity and the increased symmetry in thermal patterns between the breasts.

In the five year period in between these images, this client emphasized cleansing/detoxing of the body, particularly the liver and colon, while emphasizing a nutrient-rich vs. calorie-rich organic diet. She reports that she has lost weight, feels great, and believes she has less systemic inflammation.

Localized Vascularity and Lymphatic Congestion

 Localized Vascularity and Lymphatic Congestion

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 54 year old client had no breast complaints, and was post menopausal. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes an assymetrical vascularity in the left breast, circled. The thermal findings associated with this vascularity contributed to a left breast rating of TH 4.

Because the client was already working with an acupuncturist and suspected lymphatic congestion, she asked her acupuncturist to focus on clearing the left breast.* The thermal image at right resulted 5 months later.

Localized Vascularity cont.

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 41 year old client had no breast complaints. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes a vascularity in the left breast, circled. The thermal findings associated with this vascularity contributed to a left breast rating of TH 3+.

The client focused her massage therapist and acupuncturist on the left breast, and an exercise regimen was initiated - all to address possible lymphatic congestion.* The thermal image at right resulted 3 months later.

Localized Vascularity cont.

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 50 year old client had cancer surgery/treatment in the left breast in 1998. She had no current breast complaints. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes assymetrical vascularity in the left breast, circled.

The client initiated a mini-trampoline bouncing regimen to address possible lymphatic congestion.* The thermal image at right resulted 7 months later.

Conscipuous Vascularity and Systemic/Chronic Inflammation

Conspicuous Vascularity and Systemic/Chronic Inflammation

Thermal Images copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 55 year old client has been monitored annually since 2012. Her 2014 images are the leftmost images, while her 2015 images are the rightmost images.

While she was without complaint in 2014, except for a chronic small lump/cyst in the lower medial medial right breast, the conspicuous vascularity raises the index of suspicion for systemic lymphatic inflammation: an opportunity for improvement.

After removing wheat and dairy from her diet, repairing a tooth crown which had decay under it, and moving to a less stressful job, her 2015 images lower the index of suspicion for systemic inflammation.

Success and Less Risk!!

Conscipuous Vascularity cont.

Thermal Images copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 57 year old client reported being fibrocystic with calcifications in the right breast. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes conspicuous vascularity throughout the image.

The client removed gluten, white flour, and most non-organics from her diet to address dietary sensitivities and any resulting chronic inflammation.* The thermal image at right resulted 14 months later.

Conscipuous Vascularity cont.

Thermal Images copyright The Thermogram CenterThis 58 year old client had no breast complaints. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes conspicuous vascularity throughout the image.

The client removed white flour and white sugar from a "strict" diet, in part to address dietary sensitivities and any resulting chronic inflammation.* The thermal image at right resulted 6 months later.

 

Conscipuous Vascularity cont.

This 47 year old client had no breast complaints. Her initial breast series included the thermal image at left, which includes conspicuous vascularity throughout the image. The client initiated a gluten-free diet to address dietary sensitivities.* The middle thermal image resulted 5 months later. Continuing to optimize her diet, the thermal image at right resulted after another 18 months. Her Thermobiological Risk Ratings improved from R - TH 2, L - TH 3+ to R - TH 1, L - TH 1.

 

*NOTE: The Thermogram Center is not a treatment or diagnosing center. While these clients may have been imaged at The Thermogram Center with the images analyzed/interpreted by its interpretive service provider, any treatment and/or diagnoses obtained by the client were through his/her health provider(s).