I guess that having had a biopsy in the first place,meant that whatever was found on your Mammogram/Ultrasound was suspicious enough to have recommended a biopsy.
Since the results were inconclusive,I am sure that your radiologist or breast surgeon will advise you about what further steps have to be taken to pursue this matter.Maybe some additional tests,another biopsy or maybe the complete removal of the abnormality.
Best wishes and I hope that everything will turn up to be just fine for you.
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