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I tend to check my breasts regularly. I had history of breast cancer in my family so I am very careful. I do checking by myself. But I had mammography two days ago. Some white spots have appeared on a mammogram. Doctor says that those are breast calcifications. He says they are not dangerous. How I didn't feel them? Can you tell me more about breast calcifications?

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Breast calcifications you can't touch or feel, it can be discovered only by mammography. Those are tiny calcium deposits in the breast tissue. They are usually benign but in some forms like tight clusters with irregular shapes can indicate breast cancer. There are two main types: microcalfications and macrocalfications. But if your doctor says that they pose no threat then I am sure you have nothing to worry about. Just follow his advices.
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