Women’s Health

Have questions about mammograms, breast cancer, and other women's health issues? Take a look through our articles and resources section to find answers.

Abnormal Mammogram Results: Your Next Step

Abnormal mammogram results are no cause for panic—your doctor simply wants to get a closer look at a particular area. You will be asked to schedule a follow up test, which may be a diagnostic mammogram, breast ultrasound, or breast

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Breast Ultrasound: What to Expect

Breast ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves and specialized software to produce real-time images of the breast tissues. Ultrasound does not expose the patient to radiation and is considered one of the safest types of medical imaging with no known

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Breast Infections: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Breast infections, also known as mastitis, are most common among breastfeeding women. Breast infections are typically caused by common bacteria, known as Staphylococcus aureus. Breastfeeding often causes nipples to become dry and cracked, and the bacteria enters into the breast

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Breast Cancer Symptoms

If you’ve noticed a change in your breast, you may be wondering, “could this be a breast cancer symptom?” If you or your doctor noticed an area of concern during a breast exam, it’s normal to feel anxious. However, many

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I have dense breasts, now what?

If you have dense breasts, you most likely found out because you received a letter informing you of your dense breast tissue after your recent mammogram. These letters, which are required by law in 24 states, including Minnesota, are not

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Girls Night Out

Girls Night Out is coming to the Breast Center of Maple Grove on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Join us for a screening mammogram, free leg vein screening, appetizers, wine, prizes and more free stuff. Plus all

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Meet our Patient Navigator, Tracy Fisher!

This month, we’re delighted to introduce you to Tracy Fisher. A veteran in the field, Tracy has worked in women’s healthcare for over 15 years and is a Certified Breast Patient Navigator (BPN, CN-BC). Tracy has worked with our group

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