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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Hi, I have a long indent in my breast, more

Hi, I have a long indent in my breast, more prominent when my arm is raised and feels very hard to touch. It’s quite painful and I’ve since felt a lump that moves a little bit when pushed.. in 31, otherwise healthy. I do work out and discovered the pain and indentation after a new workout of my upper body..
Dr has referred me for an urgent ultrasound but I’m worried as I can’t get in for a few weeks.. could this be breast cancer?
Tue, 15 May 2018
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