For more information, read what happens during breast cancer screening. You'll first be invited for screening between within 3 years of your 50th birthday, although in nhs breast screening service areas you'll be invited from the age of 47 as part of the age extension trial. The best way of doing this is by having regular mammograms, as you may not be able to see or feel any early changes to your breasts.
From there, the radiographer will take you through to another room for your mammograms and will explain the procedure to you. What should I wear? If you are an electric wheelchair user you will need to discuss arrangements with the screening centre in advance of your appointment. Breast screening is a way of detecting breast cancer early, when it is too small for you or your doctor to feel. What happens after my mammograms?
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Your whole visit will last approximately minutes. Breast screening About Breast screening helps healthcare professionals to detect breast cancer at an early stage, which in turn improves the chances of survival. For more information visit cancerscreening. You can still have screening once you are 71 or over if you want to, and can arrange an appointment by contacting your local screening unit or GP. What happens if I need wheelchair access?