Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.
|I`m a doctor of medicine and a specialist in radiation therapy and medical oncology. I have long experience in diagnostics and treatment of breast tumours.|
First of all, talcum powder most probably does not cause ovarian cancer. Second, I do not think testing is necessary since I do agree with the doctors you have already talked to. However since this matter
Without an examination there is not much I can tell you! I must therefore strongly suggest that you let a doctor - best an oncologidt or a breast surgeon - check you soonest! Good luck! You can also
As long as there is no blood in the discharge it is most unlikely! You can improve the reliability of your examinations even further by also demanding 1. cytology of your discharge and 2. MRI breast scans
1. the 2 methods are different and "see" different things - or rather modalities. So this happens now and then. 2 impossible to tell without being able to look into the future. A woman has a chance of