Talk to breast pain three years after radiation doctor. PMPS symptoms can persist for many years, and pain intensity can vary over time. Several studies have found that adjuvant radiotherapy following mastectomy or BCS is associated with a higher risk for PMPS than surgery without radiotherapy. You may want to ask for a referral to a pain specialist who can help develop a treatment plan for your specific pain and situation.
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Women undergoing cancer-related breast surgery who display high temporal summation of pain and negative affect before surgery were found to be more likely to experience significant postsurgical pain and continued Postmastectomy pain syndrome is a chronic, potentially progressive, and debilitating neuropathic sequela of breast cancer treatment that persists beyond 3 months. With proper treatment, most people can get relief from most, if not all, of their pain.
PMPS: A Common Late Effect of Surgery and Radiation for Breast Cancer
Lymphedema, a swelling of the arm, hand, or chest wall caused by a build-up of lymph fluid in those tissues after breast cancer surgery, also can be painful. Postmastectomy pain syndrome is believed to arise from tissue and nerve damage associated with resection. Oncology nurses play a crucial role in spotting patients at high risk for PMPS, educating them about symptoms, and monitoring and documenting the need for monitoring for PMPS during recovery and survivorship. Other risk factors have also been identified.