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Had double mastectomy due to breast cancer. Taking Tamoxifen. Noticed lumps in neck. Serious?

In Decempber I had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer . All went well. No chemo or radiation needed. Just taking tamoxifen and having no side effects. I recently noticed two small (pea sized) lumps in my neck - in the center just above adam s apple. Anything to be concerned with? If so, which dr. do I ask - general practitioner or someone else? Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Double mastectomy is not clear to me. Why this operation has been selected? If you have got two different cancer at two breasts, then there should be a role of chemotherapy or even radiotherapy. Anyway as I have got no report I should not comment upon. Your treating doctor knows the issue better. Any swelling above the adam's apple less likely to come from breast, You may consult an ENT specialist.
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