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Re: Pain

Thank you so so much for replying and the kind wishes for the scans.xxxx I will let you all know

Re: Pain

Hi MaryDan  I get random boob stabbings too & then it goes away.  My Onc says it's normal, so please don't worry.  I also have the odd day when it hurts to wear a bra, really no idea why that is, so I stuff a bit of silk in my bra, which helps.  God luck for your scans xx

Re: Pain

Hi Marydan

I'm sorry to hear you are experiencing some pain following treatment. I'm sure some of our users will be along soon to offer their support.

In the meantime you can always call our helpline on 0808 800 6000 who will be able to talk you through any questions you may have and offer a friendly ear. The opening hours are below.


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Best wishes,


Hello to all my friends, I hope you are all doing as well as you can whilst going through this scary journey.

I had lumpectomy 15th august 2016  and finished my month of rads on Oct 13th. I have my oncologist appointment on Wed 30th and will go fore armed with question,but just thought I would ask you lovely folk your opinion first as I am sure some of you will have had this too.

In the past few days the breast in question has been throbbing on and off and the odd wee stabbing feeling. 

I have been very fortunate in that the skin etc and wound have been fine all through rads etc so I was wondering is this normal for it to happen now? Sorry another rabble.Mary

For all you lovely ladies who have been helping me through this journey I have my mri appointments (brain and spine) for the 19thDec. That is for multiple sclerosis not the cancer and hopefully I will return to work in January.  xxxxxx