I am a 27 year old female that recently had a mass removed from my right breast. I was so excited to receive the good news when the pathology came back benign. However, my surgeon told me that I have fat necrosis, a rare and harmless condition. I was so excited to hear the prognosis. But I now have what appears to be the same exact condition occurring in my left breast in exactly the same location as the one in the right breast. After doing a little research on the condition, I decided to call the doctor's office and ask if it could be a symptom of something else because I have never had any trauma to either breast. There seems to be a correlation between fat necrosis of the breast and lupus, which I had tested for positively but since then all of my physicians have been pretty skeptical that I have even though I have at least three of the symptoms and now maybe a fourth. When I called the doctor's office the nurse told me that the pathology on the mass removed, which was dead tissue, would have indicated that I have lupus and the report did not mention anything about it. Am I just being paranoid? Should I continue to pursue this or leave it alone?