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When we talk about assessing your breast health, it’s like navigating through a personalized roadmap tailored just for you. We’ll start by looking at things like your family history and any special genetic tests you might have had, such as BRCA1, BRCA2, PALB2, or TP53 gene mutations. These tests help us understand your risk factors better, and we’ll use this information to guide our discussion.

During our chat, we’ll explore a range of options to manage your risks. This could mean making some small lifestyle changes, like adjusting your diet or exercise routine. Or, it might involve keeping a closer eye on your breasts with regular check-ups. Sometimes, we might consider using medicines to lower your risks, and in certain cases, we might even discuss the possibility of surgery to reduce your chances of developing breast disease.

Throughout our journey together, I’ll be your guide, providing you with all the information you need to make informed decisions about your health. One important aspect of this journey is learning how to perform proper breast self-examinations. I’ll take the time to teach you the right techniques, so you feel confident and empowered to monitor your breast health between visits.

Above all, your well-being is my top priority. Our conversations will be open, friendly, and filled with care. Together, we’ll navigate through the complexities of breast health, ensuring you feel supported every step of the way.