Patient Comments: Breast Lumps in Women - Injuries

Did you injure your breast? If it formed a lump, did you have it examined? What was the outcome?

Comment from: Daisy, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: February 20

A had a breast biopsy 1 month ago, and not only did it turn horrible black and blue, a hematoma appeared on my breast. It is a month since and the hematoma is still very large, I am so upset and keep asking the doctor when it is going to go away. His attitude is it will, and this doesn"t make me feel any better. Choose your surgeon carefully, and don"t make the mistake by getting one who doesn"t care.

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Comment from: nichole, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: September 30

I have multiple lumps in both breasts. Some days it is painful and other days not so much. My doctor thinks its periductal mastitis. I on the other hand think that they don't have a clue and they are just giving me a diagnosis.

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