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Each Breast Cancer patient will experience a certain amount of pain during their treatment.  The pain level is mostly subjective and can be managed using a variety of tools depending on the type of treatment they undergo.  Patients should be very open and vocal with their physician about their pain level to ensure proper treatment.

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Phyllis Johnson, Health Guide, answered suggestions for pain after bilateral… I remember that weird nerve-ending feeling.  It did get better…


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Phyllis Johnson, Health Guide, answered I have metastatic breast cancer stage… Even if MD Anderson or other doctors can't offer you curative treatment…


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PJ Hamel, Health Guide, answered Pain after mastectomy Anita, getting physical therapy after a mastectomy helps prevent a whole lot of shoulder and arm…


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