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Author Topic: When should I worry  (Read 2673 times)

Offline katiem

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When should I worry
« on: January 06, 2020, 05:01:48 pm »
hi all,

I have a tendency to be a hypochondriac, so I need some advice here:
I have a history of breast cancer in my family and have been feeling fatigued, nauseous, some swelling in my breasts, and slight pain as well.

Could this just be some weird pms thing or am i potentially experiencing warning signs of breast cancer??? for reference i am a 35yr old woman.

Offline Maddie459

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Re: When should I worry
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2020, 05:11:39 pm »
if you can- there is nothing better for this situation than peace of mind.
You may think you are being dramatic, but it's better to know.
just go into a screening with your doctor and be sure. It is most likely nothing but if you are really worried about it u should just find out :)


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