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    I have a quick question
    sgbl88 posted:
    I am not sure where the best place to post this would be, but I know you all would have some experience with this.

    I had a needle biopsy on Tuesday. It was benign (infection and inflamation), but I still have significant pain after certain movements or pressure in the wrong direction. How concerned should I be about this? Should I contact my dictor?

    jenna291 responded:
    Hi - glad to hear your biopsy was benign, but you should always contact your doctor with any concerns you have. If the pain is really bad, further tests may be needed. Hopefully it is just from the infection and will disappear on its own in time.
    But do call your doc!
    best of luck,
    sam1985 replied to jenna291's response:
    Yes you should always visit the doctor in cases like this.

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