I have been having pain under my right arm and right side of the right breast. I also have been having headaches and quite a bit of nausea and upset stomach. This has been going on for over two months and this week I had a cat scan for a nodule on my right lung it was a follow up this has been going on for two years. The doctor wanted to see if ther was any change and I had a mamagram last Tuesday but havent heard anything yet. How long should I wait to hear?
I got my results back today and the mammagram came back clear but now the doctor wants me to see a breast/surgeon to see what is going on. one thing that bothers me about the mammagram is that it was'nt a diagnostic but just a reg mammagram so could there be something going on they might not have seen? I hope not but I am still worried I am 57 years young and want to see what the pain is... thanks I will keep you informed
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