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mandycane07 posted:
body{font-family:Arial,Verdana,Helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:10pt;margin:0;padding:.5em;} p{margin:0;border:0}i am 30 and i had a hysterectomy at age 26 due to cervical cancer,endometriosis and ovarian cysts.ifound three lumps on 1 breast a couple mths ago,my dr did an exam 2 wks ago she felt several more,i went for a mammogram and ultrasound.the tech asked if i was n pain i replied no,but my problem is 2 r tender 2 the touch.i am terrified an don't know if i should call the testing center n let them know or wait 4 my dr 2 see if i need further testing done.i need help figuring out my next move.please
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rachael67 responded:
Being terrified is certainly not a nice neighborhood to stay in for any length of time. Do yourself a favor and contact your physician to see what he suggests. It's amazing how much more difficult we can make things when we use our imagination instead of finding out the facts.

Please know you will be in my thoughts that whatever the problem it proves to be non-serious!

Blessings.
Rachael
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
 
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mandycane07 replied to rachael67's response:
hank you for your kind thoughts
 
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jenna291 replied to mandycane07's response:
Hi, I agree with Rachael, please contact your doctor and see what he tells you to do next. I wish you well, let us know the results.
Jenna


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