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Christina0
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Hazelr
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Please talk to the helpline ladies they are very knowledgable and will put your mind at rest, no point you worrying. Good luck x
Kess
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Maybe give the helpkdesk a ring - hopefully they will be able to help you with a bit more information. Hope it all goes ok for you both.
clarekin
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Thank you Shelly good luck with yours I am very nervous
clarekin
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Hi it's not a lumpectomy . He did rite down the name but I can't understand the writing he done a diagram to show me . He just said there was blood in the discharge and procedure is to find out were it's coming from he drew a pic of a breast and said they were removing an area behind nipple and cutting the milk ducts . That's all I know
shelly79
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Hi clarekin, I know how you feel, I went back to breast clinic today, as I had discharge for about 5-6 months now, it's been blood stain sometines, been told I need same thing it's called Hadfield procedure. they will send the ducts for pathology to be sure. let me know how you go x

Kess
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Hi clarekin. Sorry I am not sure what the procedure is you are referring to. Have they given you a diagnosis? Is this a lumpectomy you are referring to or some further testing? If it's a lumpectomy there is a lot more detail in the info section of Breast cancer care, or you can post in the surgery board, but most people cope with the op very well and with minimal pain.
clarekin
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I have to and have milk ducts cut and area behind nipple removed ! Quiet nervouses and don't really know what to expect after the opp . Does anyone know what the recovery is like ? If you are in pain or how long before you can work or drive
Kess
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thinking of you Clarekin. Hope that things went ok?
clarekin
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Thank you for your reply , I'm going this afternoon so fingers crossed it's all ok x
Kess
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It could even be something as simple as someone is going off on long leavey and they are are trying to get through some appts beforehand. Or they might be doing a review and be unsure of results and want to recheck. Or it could be that something is wrong, but even if it is, hopefully its not cancer. They probably wouldnt say in the letter as if they do have difficult news they probably would rather have you there in person. Try not to worry (hard I know) and hopefully its all ok.
clarekin
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Hi thanks for your reply just not sure what it's about , if they found so thing in the discharge would they not of said in the letter instead of saying becouse of unforciene cercemstances x
Hazelr
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I have not had experience of discharge but know a bit about BC now. It may be that it has taken a while to get pathology on your sample and now they want you bAck to talk about what they have found. I do know that early detection is best and that a few weeks between apts is not unusual. It's very hard not to worry so I won't tell you to do that but get some information from this site and Macmillan site as I felt that it made it less scary to deal with. Call the helpline on here as well, they are great. Keep using this site after the apt if you need to as it is a great forum for support and info. Good luck next week xxx
Sam_BCC
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Hi clarekin

 

I'm sorry to read you're having a worrying time at the moment.  Whilst you wait for the other user to reply with experience and knowledge do give the BCC helpline a callon 0808 800 6000.  Here you can share your concerns with a memeber of staff who will offer you a listening ear as well as emotional support and practical information.  Lines are open today from 10 to 2pm and weekdays 9 to 5pm.

 

Best wishes Sam, BCC Facilitator

clarekin
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Discharge

Hi I'm new too this site and have been searching through all the post to try and see someone worry a similar thing .
Around 6 weeks a go I noticed what I thought was blood in my bra , just a few spots . I googled it and became frightened so when to my gp . They refereed me to breast clinic a week later . I saw a consultant who couldn't find any lumps and face me an ultra sound . They said there was nothing in the scan and he couldn't feel anything wrong . He told me he wanted to monitor this over 4 months , I got a letter asking me to go back in July . So I forgot all about it . Now 4 weeks later I get a letter saying my appointment has been changed to next week . I'm obviously worried now . The letter says due to unforciene circumstances that the appointment has changed . Has anyone had this happen ? They tuck a sample of the discharge but I thought they would of found anything in that i would of herd sooner as to go back 5 weeks later seems a but long if there is a problem . I called my gp and they don't seem to help . I'm just wanting to now if anyone waited a similar time
scale . I have no idea what to expect