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Female | 52

Do I need to worry about breast calcifications?

As per sonography report is sates -. Both breast shows---- E/o Small coarse cakcification noted in left breast upper outer quadrant of size approx.. 2.6 mm...?due to old infective etiology or chronic inflammatory So we did mammogram as per report Findings: Both breasts consist of mixed scatured fitroglandular and fatty tissue. (ACR type II) No obvious focal spiculated mass lesion, retraction of tissues or cluster of microcalcifications is seen in either breast to suggest the presence of malignancy. No axillary lymph nodes are noted. Sonomamography screening: Both breast consist of mixed fibroglandular and fatty tissue. No SOL is noted. No duct ecatia is noted. IMPRESSION: No significant abnormality in both breasts. (BIRADS 1). Suggest-Follow up after 1 year for routine check up. Is there any case of worry

Dr. Donald Babu

Dr. Donald Babu

Oncologist

Answered on 13th June '24

According to the tests, there’s no evidence of any major problem such as cancer in either breast, which is fantastic news. The tiny calcification found in the left breast could have resulted from an old infection or inflammation. Currently, there’s no cause for alarm but it’s essential to have another checkup next year to be safe. In case you observe any unusual changes in your breasts before then, please let your doctor know.

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Female | 22

Why do I have extreme pain in my left nipple?

I am having extreme pain in my left nipple

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Oncologist

Answered on 10th June '24

It feels painful in the nipple due to a range of causes such as injury, infection, or sometimes even hormonal changes. Be sure to wear loose clothes so as not to make things worse and stop them from rubbing against anything that might irritate them further. You could also try applying a warm compress on it; this might help soothe the pain temporarily but if it’s still there after a while then please go see an oncologist about this as soon as possible.

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Female | 37

Should I opt for immunotherapy for TNBC with positive PDL-1 test?

Name sarani toppo world like to ask that recently diagnosed with TNBC .PDL-1 test report is positive Is it mandatory to go for immunotherapy

Dr. Donald Babu

Dr. Donald Babu

Oncologist

Answered on 10th June '24

TNBC is a type of breast cancer that is difficult to treat. A positive PDL-1 test could mean that immunotherapy would be effective. You don’t have to, but it can help your immune system fight off cancer cells more effectively. Immunotherapy adjusts your body’s defenses so they can attack the cancer better. Make sure you discuss this with your oncologist though.

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Female | 40

How long should my post-chemo radiation be?

I was diagnosed with breast cancer her positive not hormone dependent. I completed 16 cycles of chemo went for surgery and all my results came back negative of cancer cell and no residual carcinoma. My question is how long should be the radiation based on the results post chemo and surgery?

Dr. Akash Dhuru.

Dr. Akash Dhuru.

Oncologist

Answered on 6th June '24

The need for radiation depends on the type of surgery done and the histopathological report. Your surgical oncologist will be able to advice you better.
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Female | 29

Could slight left breast pain indicate a concern?

I have slight pain in my left breast

Dr. Akash Dhuru.

Dr. Akash Dhuru.

Oncologist

Answered on 6th June '24

Kindly get it examined by a clinician and preferably a sonomammography.
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Female | 22

Could Left Nipple Pain at 22 Be Concerning?

I am a girl and my age is 22. I have pain in my left nipple.

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Social Obstetrics And Gynecologist

Answered on 4th June '24

A throbbing or stabbing sensation in the chest can be triggered at the age of 22 by a variety of issues, such as hormonal transformations, trauma, disease, or particular drugs. Hormonal shifts around the menstrual cycle can cause one or both nipples to hurt. If you are experiencing pain along with other symptoms like redness, swelling, or discharge, see a healthcare professional immediately. 

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Female | 28

I have breast cancer, but there are no mutations in the genetic test in 70 genes, what could cause cancer?

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Social Obstetrics And Gynecologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

Breast cancer can have various causes, and not all cases are linked to genetic mutations. Factors like age, family history, hormones, reproductive history, etc. can also contribute to breast cancer risk. It's a complex disease and personalized treatment plans are required. Consult with an oncologist for accurate guidance.

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Female | 22

Should I be concerned about movable breast lumps?

I had 2 lumps ( fiberdenoma ) on my left breast and it's easily movable ...and I found the lump on November 2023 now also it has not gone ...now I was feeling a lump on my right breast also ...and it also easily movable...not having any health issues anything like that

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

Fibroadenomas are the predominant cause of these lumps. They are caused by hormonal changes and they are not cancer. They can be discovered on their own due to fluctuating hormones when a woman's period cycles. They are painless, moveable, and without any problem. To be perfectly sure, one should go to the hospital and get it examined thoroughly. Even if it is frequent the hospital may demand additional tests. Keep in mind not to freak out but you'll require a professional check for any changes in your breasts that are unaccountable by logic.

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Female | 34

Why Do My Breasts Feel Tender for a Week?

I have tender breast for a week what could be the problem

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Dr. Nisarg Patel

Social Obstetrics And Gynecologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

Breast te­nderness might result from hormonal shifts. This fre­quently occurs during menstrual cycles or with ce­rtain medications. Sometimes, it indicate­s pregnancy or a breast infection. To re­duce discomfort, wear a supportive bra. Apply warm compre­sses. Avoid caffeine. If te­nderness persists or worse­ns, consult a gyneoclogist for e­valuation.

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Female | 23

Is hard cyst-like structure under left breast normal?

I'm 23 yr old. I've been experiencing pain and burning inflammation sensations under my left breast right below the nipple for 2 days now. there's no symption visible apart from swelling but i can feel some hard cyst like structure below the nipple. Please help!

Dr. Ishmeet Kaur

Dr. Ishmeet Kaur

Dermatologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

You might have mastitis, a condition causing breast pain, swe­lling, and inflammation. That hard cyst-like lump could be an abscess - a pocke­t of infection. Mastitis happens when milk ducts ge­t blocked, bacteria infect the­ area, or engorgeme­nt occurs. Applying warm compresses and gently massaging the­ spot might relieve discomfort. Howeve­r, if symptoms don't improve or worsen, it's wise to se­e a dermatologist for proper evaluation and pote­ntial treatment.

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Female | 13

Is a Painful Lump in One Breast a Cause for Concern in Teenagers?

So I'm a teen and one of my breasts have been hurting recently so I felt it and I feel like a lump or just something hard behind it but on my other breast it just feels how they usually for me usually. And one is browner than the other and the circle inside the circle is inverted and the other one is t and I'm scared it's something serious

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

One should consult with a doctor if they observe some abnormal breast changes. A swelling or hardness in the breast area could be an indicator of various situations that include breast cancer. Consult a gynecologist or a breast specialist for an exam. 

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Female | 19

How early can you get breast cancer?

can you get breast cancer at 19?

Dr. Donald Babu

Dr. Donald Babu

Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

It is not that common in teenagers but there is no harm in being alert. Young women even at 19, should be aware of their breast health and report any unusual findings, like lumps or changes in breast appearance, to your doctor.

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Female | 25

can breast cancer develop in 6 months

Dr. Donald Babu

Dr. Donald Babu

Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

Yes, it's possible for breast cancer to show up quite quickly, in as little as 6 months. Being alert to any changes and consulting your doctor if something seems unusual is critical for early detection and treatment.


 

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Female | 42

triple-negative breast cancer not responding to chemo

What should I do if my triple-negative breast cancer is not responding to chemo?

Dr. Ganesh Nagarajan

Dr. Ganesh Nagarajan

Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

Consult with your oncologist if you can try immunotherapy or radiation therapy.

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Which hospitals are good for treating metastatic breast cancer in India?

My mom has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer which is the best hospital to deal with this kind of cancer. Please help me out.

Dr. Sandeep Nayak

Dr. Sandeep Nayak

Surgical Oncologist

Answered on 23rd May '24

I don't know about the best hospitals. but the treatment will depend on the extend of spread. in some cases cure is possible 
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