Multi-Disciplinary Breast Program: Breast Concern
No one else knows your body like you do. That’s why, if something doesn’t feel quite right during a regular breast self exam, it’s best to contact your healthcare provider for a more thorough assessment.
“Not every breast concern will turn out to be cancer,” said Dr. Andrea Watson with Family Care Center in Elizabethtown. “However, if something feels suspicious, or if your healthcare provider finds something concerning, the best course of action is to follow up with more detailed care.”
Your primary care provider will determine if there is a need for further testing. If more tests are needed, Baptist Health Hardin’s team of medical professionals works together through the Multi- Disciplinary Breast Program to help women find their best course of treatment. Whether a diagnostic mammogram, biopsy or ultrasound is required, we have the treatment available, close to home.
Understanding more about your body is critical to your overall health. For any questions regarding this or Baptist Health Hardin’s Multi-Disciplinary Breast Program, contact Audrey Cleaver at 270-706-6904.
For more information on breast self-awareness, click here.