Thanks for posting.
It can take many months for the breast to settle down after surgery and radiotherapy. Some women may always notice a different feeling or sensation in the treated area. Sometimes there may be no symptoms but they develop later. It’s good to get any changes checked out though as you have done and understand you felt dismissed by the BCN.
You could ask if there is a different nurse at the hospital or you could contact your oncologist via their secretary.
Alternatively you could see your GP. Mondor’s is quite uncommon but can develop as a result of surgery to the breast. Your GP may suggest referring you back to the breast clinic for an assessment. If they confirm this is cording some physiotherapy might help. Your GP or hospital team can refer you to a physiotherapist.
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Finished radio 7 months ago and been ok for few months . Developed painful itchy breast 2 weeks ago . Painful cord under breast for 3 months - saw bc nurse with that and told normal ( I thought was mondors) now got 4 !
Do I go to GP or back to bc who dismissed me last time ?