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yes you can nurse but it may hurt for some women - previous answer.

I think you are asking for an actual "Nursing Diagnosis" - I would recommend the NANDA book for more precise answers. Remember to include the "related to" and "as evidenced by" which some classes will allow "r/t" and "aeb" as notations for those terms.

Pain - acute or chronic. This is a common one.

Circulation, altered. If there is lymph node involvement.

There are also issues related to: Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, Body Image - Altered. because of the threat of removal of tumors, chemotherapy et. al.

Risk for Infection (if on chemotherapy or radiation)

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ineffective tissue perfusion, ineffective airway clearance, activity intolerance, impaired gas exchange

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