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FAQ

WHEN WILL I GET MY APPOINTMENT


You’ll receive a letter of invitation from the NESBSP giving you an appointment. When you get your appointment will depend on the GP practice you’re registered with. The invitation letters are sent out 3 weeks before your appointment is due.




CHANGING YOUR BREAST SCREENING APPOINTMENT


If you have received an invitation for screening and the appointment date/time is not suitable, please contact the Centre on 01224 550570 or by email Nhsg.breastscreening@nhs.net




CHOOSING NOT TO BE SCREENED


If you decide you do not wish to take up the offer of screening, please let the centre know in plenty of time, so we can offer the appointment slot to someone else. You will be invited for screening again in 3 years. If you do not want to be invited again, please contact the screening centre and ask for a Disclaimer Form so that your name can be removed from the system. If you have completed the disclaimer or decide not to be screened at this time but change your mind later, you can contact the Centre and arrange an appointment for you.




HOW TO FIND US, Please check the MAP


We are currently in the purple zone at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in our temporary location until we move to the Baird Hospital in 2023. Click here for the MAP




RESULTS


Your mammogram will be reviewed and results sent to you within 2-3 weeks. Your GP will also be notified of the result. There are 3 possible results: Normal
Your x-rays show no sign of cancer and you will be invited again in 3 years’ time. Should you be over 70, then please contact the Centre nearer the time to arrange an appointment,
Technical Recall
The quality of the mammogram is technically inadequate ie. not all breast tissue is clearly seen. The mammogram requires to be repeated. You will receive a further appointment to attend so that the mammogram can be repeated and checked before you leave.
Assessment
Sometimes the mammograms do not give sufficient information and a further examination is required before we can decide on a result. If your mammograms indicate a possible abnormality you shall be offered an Assessment appointment and will be seen by a specialist clinical team and follow-up until a diagnosis is made or you are discharged to routine recall. This may include further mammography and or an ultrasound scan. You may also require to have biopsy where a small sample of tissue is removed. A Breast Care Nurse will be available if you require any further information.




IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS


The Scottish Breast Screening Programme is a population screening programme for well women and is not aimed at women who have symptoms. If you have breast symptoms or are concerned about your breasts, you should contact your GP practice as soon as possible. Your GP will decide whether you require any tests or investigations and if necessary will refer you to the Symptomatic Breast Service at ARI.




WHAT IF I HAVE HAD BREAST CANCER BEFORE


If you’ve had breast cancer before, or are currently being treated for breast cancer, please contact the screening centre so staff can advise you whether or not to attend.





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