Dr Monum Sadiq, Dr Gul Muhammad
Objective: The aim of this research work is to interrogate the risk factors of breast cancer and provide its comparison with the information gathered from other research works. Methodology: This research work carried out in November 2019 in Govt. General Hospital Ghulam Muhammadabad Faisalabad. We collected the data about characteristics of demography, information related to various risk factors, including the information about mammograms with the use of a questionnaire. Results: In this research work, we conducted interview of total 109 participants. The average age of the patients was 40.480 ± 0.560 years. There were 1.80% unmarried females, whereas 78.0% were living their married life and 20.20% females were widow or divorced. The average menarche age was 13.340 ± 1.470 years and average age of menopause was 46.890 ± 4.980 years. The average parity time was 2.360 ± 1.130 and average breast feeding in females was 23.270 ± 14.160 months. Approximately 5.50% participants utilized oral contraceptive for contraception. 8.30% females experienced the state of menopause, at average age of 46.890 ± 4.980 years. 33.30% menopause females utilized HRT (Hormone Replace Therapy). Furthermore, 8.30% females had a strong past history of breast cancer in their close family members. In those females on whom mammography was performed, 10.10% patients had breast mass in findings of radiology, largely in favor of fibrocystic alteration. In 20.20% participants, there was advice of further examination. Conclusion: The results of this research work were consistent with the findings of other research work conducted in our country Pakistan. There is need of more multi-center research works to find out the pattern of this complication in our Pakistani females. KEYWORDS: Multi-Center, Mammography, Alteration, Risk Factors, Menopause, Contraception.