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Breast injury, chest pains, anxiety, nervousness. Breast cancer?

my friend accidentally hit my left breast with her knee , her knee hit my left breast when i suppose to lay down, i felt pain in my breast and it hit where the heart located, it really painful and i feel nervous about what happen.. can it cause breast cancer? how about my heart? i have anxiety and im really paranoid about it.. please help me what to do.. thank you and god bless
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Trauma to the breast does not lead to breast cancer.
If at all any swelling is seen after trauma in breast,it could be traumatic fat necrosis or blood clot called haematoma.
Heart is well protected between the ribs.So,it is not injured with such minor trauma.
So,do not worry about breast cancer and about heart.
Please take anti inflammatory drug for pain relief
Wish you good health
Answered: Thu, 23 May 2013
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