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Hello Everyone.

Is anyone in here (women)  have experience about having breast lump? I am a bit worried because I have lumps both of my breast. Will it matter during the medical?

 

Thanks in advance for your reply.

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Have you had a diagnosis for the lumps? Whilst lumps alone are not grounds for visa denial, if you are diagnosed with cancer there is the public charge issue due to the very high costs of medical treatment, likely to be needed for a long time.

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35 minutes ago, jenihyun said:

Hello Everyone.

Is anyone in here (women)  have experience about having breast lump? I am a bit worried because I have lumps both of my breast. Will it matter during the medical?

 

Thanks in advance for your reply.

Please go to your primary care physician for a clinical exam and potentially have a mammogram.  Most breast lumps are benign, but it is something to get checked out straight away.  Best wishes.

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11 hours ago, jenihyun said:

Hello Everyone.

Is anyone in here (women)  have experience about having breast lump? I am a bit worried because I have lumps both of my breast. Will it matter during the medical?

 

Thanks in advance for your reply.

The physician didn't feel my breasts during medical. I don't remember being asked if I have a lump either. But more than the worry in passing the medical, I agree that you should have it checked out by a physician for your overall health and well-being.

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Hi everyone, 

 

I will be undergoing my medical soon for my K1 visa and I actually have the same concern.

 

I have benign lumps on my breasts and have been told by my primary care physician that they are benign last year. I've already had my mammogram twice when I visited him and there was no significant increase in the size of the lumps.

 

He issued me a medical certificate stating that there I have no significant changes in my lumps and that I am free to travel as I please since I won't be requiring any treatments.

 

My problem is that the certificate was issued last year  when I thought my fiancé and I were already going to push through with the application.

 

I've been monitoring the appearance of my breasts since then and haven't seen any negative or noticeable changes. I also tried to feel the lumps and they didn't seem to have increased in size, significantly.

 

Do you think they will still honor that certificate AND do you think they will require me to get a certificate to prove that the lumps are benign?

 

Thanks.

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