Please help ... would just like someone to talk to. I had mammogram, scans & 4 biopsys taken. I was told to prepare myselft and my family for the worst, which I did. A week later I was told it wasn't Breast cancer but they didn't know what it was. I was then told I definately didn't have cancer but it was a very rare chronic condition called Granulomatous Mastitis. This site is the only one I have found that offers support. I have been to see a Rheumatologist who did 9 blood tests and a chest x-ray. My appointment for the results was this afternoon ... all have come back clear so is referring me back to my Breast Consultant? I am in pain, so tired and emotionally drained after all I have been through and would just love some advice or someone to talk to x
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