I had a breast biopsy this past Thursday. What should expect from the breast biopsy. I have had a couple spots on my right breast that the Radiologist has been watching. In December 2006 I had a breast reduction. Since I had a check up with the surgeon, I ask him about it. He went ahead and got a breast biopsy set up. Chances are the lumps are from my breast reduction surgery. What could be dones for the areas of lumps in the event they are not cancer, but still cause for me to have mamograms twice a year. Is there any benefit to going ahead and having them removed or the spots corrected to look like a normal breast.
I don't know what to feel at this point. Just going through the process and being around other women going through Radiology Thursday, made even the possiblity of cancer more real to me. I am not one to mess around. If there is any question of what it is, isn't it best to have the lumps removed?
What is the percentage of people that have breast cancer, but had no previous history of anyone in the family having it,
What should I feel and think at this point