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Mammography Both Breasts

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Mammography is a type of imaging technique that utilizes a low-dose X-ray system to capture images of the breasts. This procedure is an invaluable tool for breast cancer screening, helping doctors detect breast cancer in its early stages when it is most treatable. In fact, mammograms are currently the most effective way of finding breast cancer early, possibly before it has spread.

Essentially, a mammogram creates a detailed picture of the internal structures of your breasts. This can help identify any changes, lumps, or abnormalities that may not be noticeable through regular self-examinations or a clinical breast exam. It's important to remember that while mammograms are crucial for early detection, they are not perfect. Some cancers may be too small or hidden in dense breast tissue and may not be detected on a mammogram.


Specific Instructions:

When preparing for your mammogram, there's no need for any special diet or fasting. However, try to schedule your mammogram for a week after your menstrual period, when your breasts are less likely to be tender. On the day of your exam, avoid using deodorants, perfumes, powders, or lotions on your underarms or breasts. Some of these products may contain substances that could appear as white spots on the mammogram images.

As far as allergies are concerned, inform your doctor if you have any known allergies to medical adhesive or certain metals. Mammography does not usually involve any allergenic substances, but it's better to provide all necessary information.


Home Sample Collection Process

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Sample Collection by Phlebotomist
Sample Collection by Phlebotomist
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Reporting of the sample at lab
Reporting of the sample at lab
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Note: Home Sample Collection is only for Pathology lab tests.

Frequently Asked Questions

During a mammogram, you will stand in front of an X-ray machine designed for mammography. A technologist will position one of your breasts on a clear plastic plate, then another plate will press down on your breast to flatten the tissue. This provides a clearer image of the breast tissue. The process is repeated for the other breast.

Getting a mammogram is crucial for early detection of breast cancer. When breast cancer is detected early, treatment can be more effective and a complete cure is more likely.

Generally, women aged 40 and above are recommended to get annual mammograms. However, if you have a family history of breast cancer or other risk factors, your doctor might recommend starting earlier.

A mammogram measures and visualizes the internal structure of your breasts. It can help detect any changes, lumps, or abnormalities within the breast tissue.

Typically, women aged 40 and above should have a mammogram annually. But depending on your health history and risk factors, your doctor may suggest a different schedule.

Avoid wearing a dress on the day of the test as you'll need to undress from the waist up. Also, avoid using any deodorants, perfumes, or lotions on your underarms or breasts.

Several factors can affect your mammogram results, such as age, hormonal status, breast density, previous breast surgeries, and the presence of implants.

If your mammogram results are abnormal, don't panic. Many abnormalities are not cancerous. Your doctor will likely order further tests to determine the cause of the abnormality.

In case of abnormal mammogram findings, consult a radiologist or a breast surgeon. They will guide you through the next steps based on your results.

No special preparation is required for a mammogram. However, schedule your mammogram for a time when your breasts are not tender or swollen to help reduce discomfort.

Mammogram is an essential diagnostic tool for early detection of breast cancer. Regular screenings play a crucial role in ensuring the health of your breasts and providing peace of mind. If you are of the appropriate age or have risk factors for breast cancer, do not hesitate to consult your doctor about scheduling a mammogram. It's a simple procedure that could potentially save your life.

MAMMOGRAPHY BOTH BREASTS
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