Although you mention that there doesn’t appear to be any sign of infection, we would always suggest getting any new symptoms checked out with your breast care nurse or treatment team. You certainly wouldn’t be wasting their time.
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So i had a mulitfocal lumpectomy mid July for early stage hormonal related BC, followed by nine rounds of radiotherapy. My breast has really only just started to look normal following weeks of dermatitis. I've had onoing odd pains which have not been a concern as i've read this is to be expected with nerves remeshing etc, but over the last two days i've had a significant throbbing pain throughout the day in the site of where the most tissue was removed. When i press on this area it's also painful. There's no redness, lumpiness or apparent infection.... Is this still likely to be a healing pain or something more worrying? I don't want to waste NHS time if it's to be expected. Many thanks,