Six weeks ago I found a painful lump in my left breast. I had been humping around a load of pallets and so put it down to a strain or bruise. Two weeks later and the lump was still there. My mother died from Breast cancer in 1982 so rather concerned I phoned the GP. Later that day he called back and we had a video consultation. He said he would refer me to the breast clinic. Three days later I received a letter from the hospital with an appointment for the 26th May. Turned up, was examined by two specialists, had a scan and have been assured that what I had was called Gynecomastia. Lumps caused as a side effect of medications I am taking for my heart condition. Not sinister or life threatening. Phew! All done and dusted from the phone call to the GP to examination within three weeks in the middle of a pandemic!