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Inflammatory Breast Cancer

I'm a 36 year old female and I've been experiencing one-sided breast pain for 4 months now. No other symptoms. Do I have to just sit here with the pain until 'other' symptoms show up?

-Been treated for mastitis with antibiotics - pain did not go away.
-Had ultrasound - negative
-Blood work - normal

I've read that fibrocystic breast changes happen symmetrically. This is rather odd that one breast is in pain. I am not breastfeeding and have one 9 year old child.

My questions:
-Has anyone known anyone who IBC and what was their experience with this?
-Does there have to be 'other' symptoms before they can do a biopsy?
-How 'uncommon' is it? And what are my chances as a white 36 year old female?
-Why can't I find enough useful information online about this cancer, is it new?
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Hi, if you are worried about a breast cancer which has not shown up, you can ask for a mammography, this is a screening test and the lesions are visible on imaging, even before you palpate the breast lesion. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Regards.
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Thermography is a non-invasive way to find out if you have cancer.  Also, look into bio-meridian scan.  

http://www.biomeridiantesting.com/

http://cancerdetox.me/2015/05/04/think-twice-about-biopsies-mammograms-scans/
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