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Overview

A new lump (especially if it is not tender) or new lumpiness (especially if it is only in one breast), a change in the size or shape of your breast, a change in the skin of your breast such as redness or dimpling, any changes in the nipple such as itchiness, scabbing, or discharge, any persistent pain in your left or right breast should prompt a visit to your doctor.

What to expect

In a 30-minute appointment, we’ll begin with a medical assessment to review your medical history, existing health conditions, medications and symptoms. We will discuss any concerns over changes in your breast tissue as well as carry out a clinical breast exam. Based on findings, we may recommend further imaging tests like a mammogram, ultrasound or MRI. We can also educate you on breast self-examination. For any referrals and follow-ups, we can also help arrange these.

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