Hi two years ago I had a lump in my right breast, My Dr. did an ultrasound & recomended me to have a biopsy done, while I was having a biopsy the fluid popped, My doctor told me that it was just a cyst & I don't need to be worried about.
3 weeks ago I noticed that I have a new lump in the same breast My Dr. did an ultrasound and she told me it's a cyst, she did a needle Aspiration to remove the fluid.
Last week I noticed again I have a new lump in the same breast this time I have few, one lump is big and the remained are small. I had a mamogram and ultrasound done. The women who was doing the ultrasound saw a little bit blood in the fluid she told me that it could be from the last needle Aspiration I had 3 weeks ago.
Today I went to see my doctor she got the result of my mamogram and the ultrasound she told me that the mamogram looks clean I just have few cyst in my breast and she told me that I don't need to remove it.
I told my Dr. that I want remove the lump this time she is going to do a surgery to remove it instead of having done a needle Aspiration.
My question are : 1)does cyst develop into cancer?
2)could cyst be cancerous ?
3)having surgery to remove a cyst doest it make any complications(get infection, make the lumps
worst and get a cancer?
4)Can't I keep having a needle aspiration every time when I get a new lump instead of having a
5)because my lump contains bloody fluid could it be cancer
6)could the blood in the fluid be result of my previous needle aspiration
7)am I in higher risk of getting cancer because of my cystic breast?
8)Is the mamogram result 100% accurate to know if the lump is cancer or benign?
9)How long does a cyst take to develop?
ive had a breast lump for 2 years now and it just keeps getting bigger and harder. went to a doc. and had a ultrasound done they could not see the mass or lump but could feel it and visuable see it. that was a month ago the pain is so so but the itching and redness and the increased swelling is not getting better. any suggestions
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