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What happens if during your monthly boob check, you notice something that isn’t quite normal for you? Well the most important thing is that you go and get it off your chest and call your doctor.
If you are worried about an unusual change in your boobs or pecs during this period, the NHS still wants to hear from you. GP surgeries are open and ready to take your call.
Dr Beth Lynch, a member of our Medical Advisory Group and a GP in Liverpool, is here to reassure you that it is still important to get checked out…
The first time contacting your doctor about a change in your boobs? We can guarantee they have seen/heard it all before and there are lots of reasons why changes may occur in your boobs (many of them are perfectly natural) so there is no need to worry – just book a phone appointment and watch our video below for an idea of the questions you will be asked. Please bear in mind due to the current situation with COVID-19, services will operate slightly differently in your areas.
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Knowing your boobs could save your life, so sign up for one of our regular reminders to check your boobs.
If your doctor decides they would like a breast specialist to see you too, then you may be referred on an urgent or non-urgent referral. Dr Nadine Singh explains what may happen at your appointment. Please bear in mind due to the current situation with COVID-19, services will operate slightly differently. Contact your local breast clinic for more information.