Wishing you a Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year! ♥♥, bb
I have a question and i need your help regarding breast discharges -
My question - Hi, i'm 20 and have been having breast discharges from both of my breast for 2 years(yellowish or straw colored). The doctor had prescribed Eposoft and Evion 200 as medication but today i noticed a light reddish dried discharge on my brazier on my left side but when i lightly squeeze it to check it secrets the same yellowish/straw color.
is it possible that a blood vessel on my left breast may be raptured oozing slight blood because when i squeeze it again lightly it still discharges the same yellowish/straw colored liquid
Please help me what the problem might be.
Hello, I'm so glad you left me a message. I feel better knowing there's someone who has had a similar experience. Can you tell me if you don't mind, whether you were told to have surgery to remove the area around the biopsy when you were diagnosed with LCIS? The radiologist who did my biopsy recommends this surgery but many websites I've seen state that surgery isn't needed for this condiion- only more frequent monitoring for breast cancer. I'm sooo afraid of surgery-especially after the traumatic biopsy experience. Plus if the "atypical cells" are neatly contained in the lobules then I worry that surgery will allow them to spread. Again, I thank you for making contact and for you good wishes. I wish you all of the best too. My name is Ann by the way:)
Happy Holidays my friend!
Norah,I Wish you a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year 2012,full of health,love and happiness!
Thanks for your encouragement. Unfortunately, the biopsy did come back stage 1 breast cancer. It has really thrown me for a loop because I have 7 brothers and sisters, all older than me. Most of them smoked for many years, some drank as well, and none of them ever had breast cancer. I am trying to be as optimistic as I can. Surgery is in 2 weeks, then radiation.
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It's nice to see you back in our Forum nc! It's been quite a while....
Please give a big hug to "Isabella" for me...she must be the pride and joy of your life isn't she?
I hope that you and your family are all doing very well.
Happy Holidays! bluebutterfly
Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you and John enjoy a great family get-together! ♥♥, bb
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi NC thank you so very much for that info.I will let you know about my biopsy as soon as I know.I hoping its nothing. I just want tomorrow to be over. Thank you for understanding and caring. I found that this site helps. Thank You NC
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank you Nc. I really was strong for my sister but I have a thing about needles.I honestly freakout with needles.I have always been that way. I dont know why but its something I am terrified of.I dont care who knows it. I just freakout. I wish I can change that feeling but I cant. Thank you for caring and responding back. I just want this over with. I tired but cant sleep.
Just wanted to drop you a line and THANK YOU for your advice and optimism. You ARE a wonderful person. I am greatful for B9 results and wish many others on this site the same<3
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank You Nc. I appreciate your kind words and response back to me. I am still very scared I just want Tuesday to come and go.I never thought I would worry so much about this until I came home Friday and just broke down crying.I will let you know how my biopsy comes out.Again Thank you.
Thank you for sparing a few moments of your time. I have a few questions some may seem a bit daft so I do apologize in advance. I have a few questions so i'll Just bullet point them any if you can answer any that would be great.
I dont know what side effects/problems you my have had with your fibroadenoma if any, I have had a few, I was woundering if yours faded after surgery?
Is there a high chance of them coming back?
Does the surgery take a while?
Can I wear a bra straight after surgery?
Will I be able to lift things properly?
Is the scaring very noticeable after a few months?
Is it painful?
Is there a noticable difference in bust shape?
How long do I have to keep it dry i.e when can I shower?
Im only ask as my doctor doesn't answer anything. Thanks again Rema527
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Oh, I see I did this right. I do get down, but I like to lift others up. My humor keeps me going, & friends. Knowing people care, like you!!! I will be on the lookout for updates on LCIS. It takes time because studies are small and far & few between. We are the rare birds. Well if I have to break out in sweats till I'm 80, I'm ready. I have a Sharper Image cooling port that fits around your neck. It's obvious & noisy, but no more obvious than dripping with sweat. So I don't understand your MRI findings. Does it mean anything? I know about the calcs, but the other stuff. What's that?
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Oh, I stopped going to the site for a while because I was overwhelmed with other health issues as well as non-health issues in my life. I was getting a little fixated on this issue when I had so much other stuff to sort out. I have to learn to manage better. I tend to get a little depressed I think. But I tell you, this site helped me a lot. I'll be back!
Just a quick note to say hi! Hello to you!!! It's ironic you should get in touch right now, as in two days I have my mammo. I decided to skip the Rolaxifine (like tamox...). I have never stopped breaking out in a pouring sweat at the most inconvenient times. I don't even feel hot anymore. The sweat just pours down into my eyes from my scalp. I stopped the Prempro a year ago April, & I'm 64 now! If you recall, I refuse to take all that other stuff like Effexor to offset the probable flashes from the Rolaxifine. I went for a second opinion. Doc said it was reasonable not to take anything because just stopping the Prempro could make a big difference as far as the LCIS is concerned. So I never took the Raloxifine. We'll find out on Wed. if no harm done. Hope you get this. Stay well
Just a quick note to say hi! My daughter attends Eastern Michigan in Ypsilanti, so we are, in a sense, even closer neighbors than it seemed, even though we live in Napoleon, OH.
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I sent you a PM yesterday.
check your" inbox" Top right of you screen.
Thanks to you too nc...I often read your posts and I do appreciate very much your helpful and encouraging comments to the members in our Community Forum.Keep up the good work! God Bless...
Hi NC, Just wanted to thank you for all your excellent contributions in the BC Forum. The more answers, and the more points of view we offer, the better we can serve our members, especially the new ones. Regards, bb
Good for you,this way,many could respond to you and you are absolutely right.. the more you know, the better you'll feel.When you'll meet with your surgeon you will be more prepared to understand everything.When I first posted about my own problems I had so much good advices from Japdip and others... it was all very useful to me.When I met with my surgeon she was surprised that I already new so much! Good luck and I hope that you'll get responses pretty soon.
Hi,It's me again,and sorry for budding in,but as I suggested before,when you add on top of another post,you most likely won't get a response.Ritzgal has posted a few months ago,and I don't think she would reply and maybe she is not even logged in anymore.If I were you I would post the question again as your own,by clicking on"Post a question" on top of the screen.For sure Japdid or someone who has had the same diagnosis as you have,will respond promptly for additional information.It's very good that you ask questions..the more you know the better you'll make decisions.You too are a very dear person.Best wishes...
Just a quick note to say hi! I just wanted to tell you that Dr Bhumika is or was responding in the Expert Forum only.This Forum is a Community Forum where members and not doctors respond.If you wish to ask more questions it's preferable if you post alone and not on top of previous questions,because members will think that your post is an additional answer to the first question.On top of the screen you will find written in green "Post a question" and there is where you have to click to start your question.Our Forum is called "Breast Cancer Community Forum" I hope this helps you if you have any additional question.Take care.