I have Always had suspicious or at least hard to read mammograms. Usually they end up doing an Ultrasound, and once I found a Lump and they removed it, Benign, Thank God.... I have Dense, Ropy, very hard to self-exam Breasts, but have Diligently had Mammograms thru the years. The last one showed dark spots of Density, as well as, when I asked Why I have such excess tissue Under my Arm Pit, I was told that it was "Migrating Breast Tissue". Well, I have gained quite a lot of weight in the past year or so, and Now, Under My Arms is very Large, Elongated, Painful, and even goes around into my back/shoulder....My breasts have almost doubled in size, and they were Always large, I was wearing a 36 C at 14, and the Smallest I have ever been was a 34 B, but Now, Thanks to My Obesity, (Which I seem to be unable to Control), I am a 44 DD and falling Out of that! Any ideas, Should I be really worried? I am past due for My Mammogram, and Now I am Uninsured and in California with No Dr., I don't know What to do??
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