i just had a first time mammogram and my results are architectural distortion within the superioraspect cannot be excluded so the doctor order an ultrasound and a cone mamogram (mammogram) i need to no what does this usally mean i hope not breast cancer im so afraid and the test are not till december please help thanks but the left breast is unrearkable i read the report of the results and would it matter if i just ended a menstral cycle 2 days before my mammogram thank you for the help awaiting you reply thanks
i thanks for replying but i need to visit the site by addressing the breast site thru here okay thanks i go for the other test soon just needed to no does cancer show up in exray as black image or white image do ya no thanks and thanks for the advise
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