Aren't you the sneaky one though ... ha, ha. I must say you've been more patient than I would have ... I agree with the "silly" trial. I'll be interested in the results of your 2nd opinion. I sure don't go along with 75% benign or those other statements you mentioned. That's pretty much the same as "I don't know". The 2 med.s you're on don't really show me much related to the type of pain you describe. I'd sure demand a better answer than the ones you've been getting. Take everything you have; reports, films and whatever when you go for your 2nd. Let me know, OK ?
No problem .... if this person had a 1cm mass demonstrated on MRI then obviously something is not right. Breast Cancer and pain don't really go together but cysts can cause serious pain at times. This certainly includes the Fibrocystic condition related to the menstrual cycle. If this isn't the case it's possible that the pain is not at all related to the mass seen on MRI. I would hope some sort of treatment or further investigation is being done for this person. Regards..
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