this is my second post on this, i forgot something. along with finding a sudden lump the size of a dime on my right breast i also had a strange rash on my chest that appeared a day or two befor the lump. there was a weird discoloration i found where the lump was that looked liked i had a bruise. the color was very slight. i had a mamogram and have an appointment for an ultra sound. does anybody have any insight or advice for me. i'm a little nervous. oh and my grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 40. i am now 40.
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