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Breast Cancer Community

This patient support community is for discussions relating to breast cancer, biopsy, genetics, lumpectomy, lymph node dissection, lymphedema, mammograms, and self exams. If you have been diagnosed, please visit our Breast Cancer: Stage 1 & 2 or Breast Cancer: Stage 3 & 4 Communities. If you are newly diagnosed and don't know your stage info yet, feel free to post here.
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After finding a breast lump I was sent for a u/s . It showed a lump 8,6*4,6mm smooth and round. Birads was 4a. I am going to a specia...
Hi there, I am a 26 year old fit and healthy male. I found a small lump under my left nipple several months ago. The nipple is also tende...
I have had a sort of long lump in top of my right breast for a very long time, but I can feel something like it in the same place on the ...
Hi, few days ago on the first period day I found a small lump which at the time was very hard and round. Phoned my dr who sent me for an ...
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I had mammo that showed asymettry and then did another mammogram and an ultrasound. 7 mm size area. I can feel a hard, non moving lump t...
Always thrilled to see when tech advances help identify (and treat) cancer earlier: https://mytechdecisions.com/it-infrastructure/new-a...
My wife is 32 had fibroids in breasts and biopsy was done and returned and nodal breasts 3 weeks again she had a small white pimple on th...
Hi, I'm 16 years old and today I felt like somebody is pinching my right breast. I thought is was nothing but it continued for what seems...
There was a recent change in requirements regarding disclosure to women during their mammograms that having dense breast tissue increases...
Today I discovered a single red bump, about the size of a pea, on my breast and for the past few weeks I’ve had anxiety that my right bre...
I recently had a needle core biopsy of 2 of my breast ducts and this is what they found schelering papilloma and adenometous changes, the...
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