hi sorry to bother you would like to know i have found a bump underneath my collar bone it does hurt when i touch it iam a women iam 36 iam just a little worried if you can give me a answer that would be wonderful thank u soo much
I appreciate your help so much. This is a stressful time for me as Im sure it is for everyone in my position. My husband is a kind and very giving person, but he is English. Work stress is not a problem for him but " unpleasant" things like my cc section, asthma attack during my 28th week of pregnancy, and miscarriage, make him physically ill. If he knew I thought these things her would be mortified becasue he wants to be there for me - but I can see in his face that he hates the conversation. He even got Shingles after my daughter was born - cc section. I have girlfriends, but I dont know how to reach out to them yet. The possibility of breast cancer - even as recent as last week - was for me, something that happens to other women.
Thank you again for listening.
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