Calcifications that grow in a cluster are suspicious because they sometimes cluster around a mass.The appearance of clustered calcification on x-ray, gives clues to the radiologist, but not definite answers and that’s why a biopsy was recommended. Since these calcifications were so small, I don’t think you should be worried waiting 6 months to follow up.
A BIRADS category 4 means that the calcifications are just suspicious but nothing more than that.
Seeing a Breast Surgeon is a very good idea so you can obtain a second opinion as to what should be done in your particular situation. He/she might also advise you to wait 6 months to follow up.
FYI many biopsies done on suspicious calcification (clustered), turn out to be benign,so best wishes and I hope that all goes well for you!
Thanks! One minute I'm fine and the next it worries me. I'll let the surgeon look at it and go from there.