i had a mammogram and ultra sound tuesday.i have not had a mammogram since 2004.well wednesday i get a call saying i need to schedule for a needle aspiration with ultra sound.they found 2 nodules one at 11 oclock and one at 2 oclock.what scares me it seems solid.i was told years ago that i had fibrycystic disease when i was pregnant with my son.the one at 11 oclock has been there for years.12 years ago they told me i had fibrocystic disease.he labeled this bigrade 4.they said in 4 years it has gotten bigger the 11 oclock.any suggestions wuld be appreciated.
I don't think anyone can really say/guess one way or the other. My mother had a breast biopsy last October, when the surgeon came out she said from her experience it looked benign and was pretty sure it was benign... it ended up being malignant. Her next surgery, they removed a different lump she had for some time though it had grown,and that one turned out to be nothing more than a subcutaneous cyst.... (she too has fibrocystic disease).
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