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2 Things I'm Wondering

By March 24, 2014 - 10:02am
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Hi, There is something I want to be sure about. First thing is this week I'm having endoscopy done and it's my first time going through such thing which I'm scared though and I'm wondering how does the procedure work?
The other thing I want to know is my left breast is very dense,tender, lumpy and sore and I have a lot of sensitivity to pain and I'm seeing my doctor for this in about 2 months meanwhile what concerns me is I feel something in my left breast which is painful and no breast ultrasound, MRI or mammogram show anything and my doctor says he doesn't see anything. Even though I feel something at the same spot which I get pain from it I want to know do you think if it's a good idea I see another oncology for second opinion? I do know that when a breast is very dense no ultrasound shows anything. This concerns me since I feel pain and feel like something is there, I'd like to get your suggestion if you don't mind. I've been thinking do you think it makes sense because of how my breast is I tell my doctor that if for example by injection he inserts it in the area where I feel it and take it out by injection to see if anything comes out, if something comes out like cyst fluid you know something is there, do you know what I mean by this, do you think it makes sense if I say this to my doctor? Please let me know soon.

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April 7, 2014 - 9:46am
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