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Your login and password are located in the top right corner of your invitation letter. If you don't have a login, please call 13 20 50 or click here to register.

Some women may need different care and services that are not part of screening. If you have:

  • an unusual change in your breast such as a lump, pain or nipple discharge
  • a strong family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer
  • had breast cancer within the past five years
you may not be eligible for BreastScreen Victoria and should see your doctor.

If you are pregnant or finished breastfeeding less than 3 months ago, we recommend you do not attend screening.

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BreastScreen is for women who don’t have any breast symptoms. If you have an unusual change in your breast such as a lump, nipple discharge or pain we suggest you see your doctor to ensure you receive the most appropriate care.

For more information read our Signs and symptoms of breast cancer fact sheet

BreastScreen Victoria asks detailed questions about your family history of breast and ovarian cancer in order for us to determine whether you are at increased risk of breast cancer.

A family history of breast cancer means that one or more close relatives on the same side of your family have had breast or ovarian cancer.

A small proportion of women with a family history are at increased risk of developing breast cancer.

If you are concerned about your family history of breast cancer, it is important that you talk to your doctor before making an appointment with BreastScreen.

For more information read our Family history fact sheet

If you were diagnosed with breast cancer more than 5 years ago you are able to have annual breast screens with BreastScreen Victoria with the approval of your treating doctor.

For more information read our Screening and women with a past history of breast cancer fact sheet