Is Your Breast Suppose To Be Sore After A Mammogram?

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Mammograms can be used for both screening and diagnostic purposes. Screening is recommended for all women, beginning at age 40, and allows radiologists to monitor breast tissue over periods of time. Sometimes, mammography can detect changes, lumps and bumps long before patients and physicians can feel them. Screening—which may be necessary prior to age 40 for those with a family history of the disease—is key for early detection and is intended for women who are asymptomatic, who are not...

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