Hiya..i found two lump in my one breast aged at 24 and i left it like that becasue i didn't take care of it. my lumps get bigger before my period and get smaller after i started my period. last week i found another lump in my other breast and i was panicking. I was so scared, i went to GP i started crying and she said it could be hormaonal changes but she awnt oto make sure she is sending me for urgent x ray within two week.
I am 28 now and iam so scared of it, what if its cancer, can any one experianced in my situation.
I've been going through the same stuff lately. I've had breast lumps since I was about 15 and have had 2 biopsied. They were both benign. Mine do the sam thing where they will get bigger and then shrink. I've had ultrasounds, mammograms, and everything else but the docs all say benign... find a doctor who you can trust and try and find out for sure that your lumps are benign.
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