Mammogram in Fort Worth, TX

Catch any signs of breast cancer early by getting regular screenings at the offices of Steven R. Edmondson, MD PA. Our gynecology clinic has been practicing for more than 30 years, providing an array of women’s wellness solutions. When you need a mammogram in Fort Worth, Texas, you can count on us for professional, attentive care.

Different people have varying degrees of risk, but for patients with average risk for breast cancer, it is suggested that they see a mammogram doctor once a year starting at age 40. Those who have a family history of breast cancer or who feel a lump when they are conducting a self-breast exam can start their annual mammograms earlier.

Mammogram Doctor for Screenings and Preventive Care

There are two types of mammograms: screening and diagnostic. Screenings usually start around 40 years old and track any changes in the breast tissue texture and appearance. These types of mammograms are essential in catching any warning signs early so you can more effectively treat breast cancer if you are diagnosed with it. Diagnostic mammograms are necessary if there are signs of breast disease. They require mammogram referrals, which our doctor is happy to provide or receive. If you notice any of the following signs, schedule an appointment with our professionals to rule out possible breast disease:

• Change in Color, Size, Shape, or Texture of Breast or Nipple • Lumps • Nipple Discharge • Pain or Tenderness


Providing Mammogram Referrals for Diagnostic Purposes

Get early confirmation and support for breast disease by getting a referral. If something doesn’t look or feel right at your annual mammogram screening, breast exams at your yearly gynecological exam, or self breast exams, you are encouraged to get a diagnostic mammogram. This allows you to get earlier verification of whether or not you have breast disease which is vital in getting quicker, more effective treatment when necessary.

Know When to Seek a Mammogram Second Opinion

If we are not your primary women’s health clinic but you want a mammogram second opinion, our doctor is happy to provide you with one. When you come in for a second opinion, be sure to bring your older mammograms so we can effectively compare the results. Getting a second opinion on your diagnosis is helpful in the following situations:

• Having Major Elective Surgery Such as a Mastectomy • Diagnosis is Uncertain • Communication Difficulties between You and Your Doctor • Taking Part in an Experimental Study/Treatment