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    Tibbs81 posted:
    I am in my late thirty with no children. Recently i am having a pain in one of my breast which cause it to be swollen. Sometimes it last for days. It's texture is also different from the other. I did a sonogram from which the doc say there is no "risk to health". During the sonogram the technician brought in a doc who had a first hand look as it was being done. I am to repeat the sonogram in six month. Anyone who had or have similiar symptoms i will be happy to hear your thoughts. I have no member in my family you had problems with their breast.
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