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my right breast is much hotter than the other, and when I google why, all that comes up are symptoms for irritable breast cancer - this does not help my health anxiety and it’s worrying me a lot, especially because i have no other symptoms.
I also have breast asymmetry, if that’s worth mentioning.
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If you’re worried, see your GP
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(Original post by mariaisstudying)
my right breast is much hotter than the other, and when I google why, all that comes up are symptoms for irritable breast cancer - this does not help my health anxiety and it’s worrying me a lot, especially because i have no other symptoms.
I also have breast asymmetry, if that’s worth mentioning.
Never look up medical things on the internet. Speak to your GP instead.

Also don't listen to anyone giving a diagnosis on here — just go straight to the NHS
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(Original post by mariaisstudying)
my right breast is much hotter than the other, and when I google why, all that comes up are symptoms for irritable breast cancer - this does not help my health anxiety and it’s worrying me a lot, especially because i have no other symptoms.
I also have breast asymmetry, if that’s worth mentioning.
Google will always lead to cancer! It could very well be inflamed due to some kind of infection, it doesn't have to be cancerous. Speak to your GP, a lot of them are doing phone consults so it shouldn't take too much time or effort!!
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yea i should but they’re doing over the phone consultations atm and that’s not very helpful lol
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Don’t listen to anyone suggesting anything on here, most of the people here are unqualified teenagers.
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yea i should but they’re doing over the phone consultations atm and that’s not very helpful lol
Yeah but if you try a phone consultation first they're very likely to then ask you for an in-person consultation as it's clearly difficult to diagnose over the phone.
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Don’t listen to anyone suggesting anything on here, most of the people here are unqualified teenagers.
That’s a very supercilious thing to say
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That’s a very supercilious thing to say

Idk how you’ve got me thinking I’m superior to others from that comment, so I disagree.
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yea i should but they’re doing over the phone consultations atm and that’s not very helpful lol
They will ask you to come in after speaking to you if they feel it is necessary.
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(Original post by mariaisstudying)
my right breast is much hotter than the other, and when I google why, all that comes up are symptoms for irritable breast cancer - this does not help my health anxiety and it’s worrying me a lot, especially because i have no other symptoms.
I also have breast asymmetry, if that’s worth mentioning.
I remember searching up reasons for a headache, and one of them was brain cancer I-

I've learnt my lesson- Don't search up medical related things like that on Google.
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Don’t listen to anyone suggesting anything on here, most of the people here are unqualified teenagers.
The only thing people have suggested on here is to go see a GP..
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The only thing people have suggested on here is to go see a GP..

Commenting for future considerations.
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Could simply be an infection in the breast and you should see your doctor on this matter and they will give you any reassurance or appropriate treatment okay. I'm a NHS midwife and it best to see your GP .None of us can give you a indefinite answer as leave it to your doctor. So go and make a appointment okay.
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I remember searching up reasons for a headache, and one of them was brain cancer I-

I've learnt my lesson- Don't search up medical related things like that on Google.
been there 😭😭
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Not sure about the warmer part, but breadth asymmetry is more common than you think it is, and generally isn't linked to cancer.

Hope this helps 😎
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Not sure about the warmer part, but breadth asymmetry is more common than you think it is, and generally isn't linked to cancer.

Hope this helps 😎
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I remember searching up reasons for a headache, and one of them was brain cancer I-

I've learnt my lesson- Don't search up medical related things like that on Google.
Never believe half of what is written on Google especially medical advise, rather look up the NHS choices website or GP.

You soon learn quick from wrong information on Google like.
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