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Please breast surgeon/specialist, md review this-thx

I am 33, and have posted several times-please feel free to look up my earlier post about multipleMultiple myeloma
Multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis - resources
Multiple system atrophy bilateral lumpsLumps in the breasts, dischargeAbnormal discharge from the nipple
Ear discharge
Eye burning - itching and discharge
Nasal discharge
Nipple discharge - abnormal
Urethral discharge culture
Vaginal discharge and armpitArmpit lump lumpLumps in the breasts. I am so terrified. One dr didn't notice anything on exam, or didn't say so, but referred me to a surgeon. I didn't go because I wanted to find another dr who could possibly do the exam/US, MAMS on site. I didn't realize this was general protocol, to see if more tests could be done.

Anyway, dr #2 looks at me and says nothing seems odd, breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps just feel "lumpy" and due to hormoneActh
Fsh
Growth hormone
Growth hormone deficiency
Hormone levels
Hormone replacement therapy
Hormone-based contraceptives
Lh blood test
Lh urine test (home test)
Pituitary hormones
Pth issues following feeding and having a babyBabies and heat rashes
Baby feeding patterns 2 yrs ago. I don't know who to go by, but scheduled an ultrasound17 week ultrasound
30 week ultrasound
Abdominal ultrasound
Breast ultrasound
Carotid duplex
Doppler ultrasound exam of an arm or leg
Duplex/doppler ultrasound test
Echocardiogram
Eye and orbit ultrasound
Intravascular ultrasound
Pregnancy ultrasound for Wed of this week. I am so terrified of the results.

Ok, now if someone could PLEASE just answer these questions...


1. Going by questions and concerns, since I have huge lumpsLumps in the breasts in both breastsBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps, would the OBGYN generally be able to tell if these were abnormal masses or masses in general? I don't know why dr #2 said they were lumpy. I couldn't pinpoint them all, (there are so many) but I believe I told him the right side are lumpier or there is one that is lumpier. He didn't think it was a big deal as they were on both sides. He was fine with me getting the US, but really didn't act like I needed one for some reason. Please let me know if MOST drs can generally tell what is normal or not- I mean as far as an OBGYN is concerned. Dr #2 has been in the field for over 30 yrs--would he recognize a serious isues and get me in way faster. The firstFirst progesterone mc10
First progesterone mc5
First-progesterone vgs 200
First-progesterone vgs 400 doctor scheduled the surgeon to see me within a week, but didn't seem overly worried, but told me that the surgeon would be able to do a better breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps check than she could. I thought she didn't know how to perform the exam, but now I am kicking myself for not staying with her suggestion.

2. I am not sure about skinActinic keratosis
Aging changes in skin
Allergy skin ***** or scratch test
Allergy testing
Basal cell carcinoma
Birthmarks - red
Cellulitis
Circumcision
Cutaneous skin tags
Dry skin
Fair skin cancer risks dimples. I breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps fed and have fat everywhere. One side of my breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps after feeding looked a bit stretched and cellulity but doesn't appear that way to look in a mirror, occasionally looks slighthly dimpled/ flabby, but not really bad at all. Well, the other thing... When I check these big lumpsLumps in the breasts on my own, by pulling the skinActinic keratosis
Aging changes in skin
Allergy skin ***** or scratch test
Allergy testing
Basal cell carcinoma
Birthmarks - red
Cellulitis
Circumcision
Cutaneous skin tags
Dry skin
Fair skin cancer risks of my breastsBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps to observe the tissue, that is when it will, in fact dimple and make some weird shapes, but not on its own, unless moved. Kind of like if you had a balloon filled with gel and there were some lumpsLumps in the breasts that were pressed down and revealed. I am really worried- is that what they mean by dimples? I didn't mention it to the dr, as it didn't appear that way, only when it is moved or the breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps is being observed, most of the skinActinic keratosis
Aging changes in skin
Allergy skin ***** or scratch test
Allergy testing
Basal cell carcinoma
Birthmarks - red
Cellulitis
Circumcision
Cutaneous skin tags
Dry skin
Fair skin cancer risks pulled to the side to check the lumpsLumps in the breasts.


3. These lumpsLumps in the breasts I am referring to range in size from grapesGrape seed oil, large strawberries to beans. I have lots everywhere and can't tell one from the other. I wish I could pinpoint when these occurred, but I do know that it happened right after breastfeedingBreastfeeding
Breastfeeding - resources
Breastfeeding tips, or somewhere in that vicinity. I had huge lumpy breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps issues, the milkBreast milk
Breast milk jaundice
Lactose intolerance
Nipple discharge - abnormal wouldn't always come out, or I would backBack pain - low
Back strain treatment off on expressing my milkBreast milk
Breast milk jaundice
Lactose intolerance
Nipple discharge - abnormal if I was out at an event. I remember my husband saying my breastBreast - premenstrual tenderness and swelling
Breast augmentation - series
Breast biopsy
Breast cancer
Breast infection
Breast lift (mastopexy) - series
Breast lump
Breast lump removal
Breast lump removal - series
Breast lump self exam
Breast lumps felt like they had "string cheese" in the, jokingly, but they have decided to stay like this, which is terrifying. Please tell me that there are other things that this could be... I am terrified of the results.

4. How soon will I know what is going on in the US? And will this rule out what these massive strawberry things are?

5. Why wouldn't the second dr or
send me for an US/MAM in the beginning?
I feel like I am doing the work, here and this could be life threatening
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