I'm pregnant or breast-feeding and due for a test. Should I wait?

If you are pregnant, you should not undergo a mammogram because of possible danger to the fetus. If your gynecologist or obstetrician feels it is important to have a breast screening test during your pregnancy, a breast ultrasound will be ordered.

If you are breastfeeding, your tissues may appear more dense than usual, making it harder for the radiologist to interpret the results.

I have a breast implant. Can I still get a mammogram?

While it is safe to have a mammogram when you have a breast implant, be sure to tell the technologist before the procedure since the machine may require special adjustment for the best possible images.

How can I prepare and what can I expect for my mammogram?

Congratulations on taking charge of your health and engaging in your annual mammogram! If this is your first mammogram ever, or just your first with Rose, we know you may have a lot of questions about the experience and how to prepare. Read more and watch a video about what to expect and how best to prepare.

When will I get my results?

After your screening, one of our radiologists personally reviews and analyzes your images within 24 hours of your exam. If the results are normal, you will receive a phone call from our team along with a letter in the mail regarding your results within 10 days. Learn more.

Who reads my test?

Dr. Andrea Parada (medical director) and Dr. Bridget Rogers run the Rose Breast Center. Both have undergone extensive training as radiologists as well as fellowships in breast imaging. Learn more about them.

Do I need to schedule my mammogram?

No! Walk ins are welcome Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every other Saturday from 7:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Call us to learn more: 303-363-7673