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I have some swelling in the arm of the affected side after mastectomy. What should I do?

I have some swelling in the arm of the affected side after mastectomy. What should I do?

Q. I have some swelling in the arm of the affected side after mastectomy. What should I do?

A. Get yourself thoroughly examined by your doctor to be sure that you don’t have any sign of new growth. It might be possible that this swelling may not be related to cancer but to a new problem. Once the doctor rules out the possibility of cancer, then he can examine this swelling which is probably lymhodema.

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