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Breast Self-Exam (cont.)

Breast Implants

Patient Comments

If you have breast implants it may be useful to have your surgeon or doctor assist you in identifying the edges of the implants so you can identify any changes you may feel in your breasts.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/16/2014
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The eMedicineHealth doctors ask about Breast Self-Exam:

Breast Self-Exam - Breast Implants

Do you have breast implants? If so, do you perform monthly self-exams?

Breast Self-Exam - Symptoms

Have you detected anything abnormal while doing a breast self-exam?

Breast Self-Exam - Experience

Have you performed a breast self-exam? Did you find anything suspicious? Please share your experience.

Breast Self-Exam - Breast Implants

Do you have breast implants? If so, do you perform breast self-exams?

Breast Self-Exam - Symptoms and Symptoms

Have you detected anything abnormal while doing a breast self-exam?

Breast Self Exam - Patient Experience

Have you performed a breast self exam? Did you find anything suspicious? Please describe your experience.




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