I have had mammograms for several years. They were uncomfortable. In 2012 I had extremely painful mammograms. I had tears and I saw stars. The tech just looked at me when I said it was painful. I complained and they said to come in later when others would be working. I said that I never wanted this tech again. I have an appointment in april 2013. If it is painful, I won't have another. I would definately go if I was guaranteed that it would not be painful.View Thread
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