No, that's correct. Right, so in-between the appointment and the letter you completely forget about it? I can't say it's something, as you have gathered, that I think about too often. If you're building up to a period time, that your breasts will hurt more, being squashed in the machine, yeah. It wasn't painful, slightly uncomfortable, and I was surprised because so people had said, "ooh, it hurts.
Well, I certainly don't have any complaints about what has happened to me at [hospital name]. I have been here since ' So you were a bit frightened that it might be diagnosed? It was a leaflet but I am one who never reads leaflets. A few women compared having mammograms with cervical screening smear tests , but said that mammograms were much less painful.
It was all very new to me. It was a leaflet but I am one who never reads leaflets. I remember a bit the very first time was more painful. Several had heard that breast screening was painful or embarrassing but still went along to the appointment. Well I would say yes, I think it's a good thing, but I don't know if they could train operators to make it less painful.