Breast Infection (cont.)
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Next Steps for Breast Infection
Mastitis does not cause cancer, but cancer can mimic mastitis in appearance. If a breast infection is slow in going away, your health care provider may recommend a mammogram or other tests to rule out cancer.
Breast Infection Follow-up
If you have a breast infection, you will usually be seen for a recheck in 24-48 hours.
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