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    Breast Cancer Ipswich, Suffolk

    At Suffolk Breast Practice, we’re here to help educate anyone concerned about breast cancer in Ipswich, Suffolk. As the most common form of cancer in females in the UK, we understand the anxiety it causes, especially if you have a family history of the condition.

    We’ll explain the early symptoms of breast cancer, ensuring you feel confident to seek medical help if you discover any abnormalities. Breasts come in different shapes and sizes, so it’s vital you understand what’s normal for you.

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    Breast Cancer Symptoms

    Many women notice a lump as one of their first breast cancer symptoms in Ipswich, Suffolk. While most lumps are typically non-cancerous, it’s always essential to have them checked. Cancerous lumps are often accompanied by swelling in the area and they may be painful, although not always.

    It is important that you do not self-diagnose. Doing so causes unnecessary anxiety, as it’s only natural to fear the worst when discovering any abnormalities. If you feel a lump, check its size and shape, and take note of any changes to the surrounding area.

    If you find a lump or any of the following breast cancer symptoms in Ipswich, Suffolk, seek advice immediately:

    • Changes to the size and shape of your breasts
    • Breasts feeling sore and tender to touch
    • Changes to skin texture, such as dimpling or puckering
    • Redness and peeling around the nipples, although these can also suggest eczema or dermatitis
    • Swelling
    • Nipple discharge
    • Changes in nipple positioning

    While these may be caused by other underlying causes, they are also potential breast cancer symptoms in Ipswich, Suffolk.

    If you would like to book an appointment for examination, please contact us.

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    Signs of Breast Cancer in Ipswich, Suffolk

    Discovering signs of breast cancer in Ipswich, Suffolk is a nerve-wracking experience, and the thought of undergoing a breast examination can be scary. People have a much higher chance of survival if breast cancer is diagnosed at its earliest stage, so catching it early is vital.

    Seek immediate medical assistance regarding any worries about breast cancer in Ipswich, Suffolk.


    • What are the Most Common Types of Breast Cancer?

      The most common types of breast cancer include different carcinomas, metastatic and inflammatory cancers. 

      If you have any concerns about breast cancer, we urge you not to worry about the different types. Only trained medical professionals can determine the type of cancer based on laboratory testing. If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, you’ll receive extensive information about the type of breast cancer and appropriate treatment options.

    • At What age can I get my First Breast Cancer Screening?

      Currently, the NHS offers regular breast screening (mammograms) to women aged 50-71. You may be invited earlier if a close relative is diagnosed with breast cancer, or if genetic testing shows you’re more likely to develop cancer.

      If you have symptoms of breast cancer, seek medical assistance immediately and do not wait for your next routine screening. Where necessary, you’ll be sent for further tests, possibly including a mammogram.

      If you’re younger than 50, you won’t be invited for routine screening because your chance of developing cancer is much lower. You can, however, request a mammogram at private clinics.

    • What are the common treatment options for breast cancer?

      The most common treatments for breast cancer are chemotherapy, hormone therapy, target therapy, radiotherapy or surgery. While there are multiple treatments available for breast cancer, your healthcare professional will recommend the one best suited for your condition and stage.

    • How does breast reconstruction work after surgery?

      If you are considering a mastectomy, you may choose to have breast reconstruction during the initial surgery or at a later date. This is achieved by breast implants, using tissue from another part of your body to create a new breast, or a combination.

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