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Category B On A Breast Mamo
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To breast cancer, and there is a
high suspicion that it is present ...Read more
The BIRAD: Classification of mammo findings goes from 1 (benign) to 5 or 6, malignant. Birad 2 is nothing to worry about. The rest of the report advises interval for diagnostic scan. Continue to self exam; check with your doctors about changes on mammo. ...Read more
BIRADS 3: BIRADS 3 is defined as probably benign, with ...Read more
Few drops of blood from breast came out last year. Mamo and u/s says nothing serious. Saw nothing for year. Squeezed today, a drop comes out. Serious?
I would: Followup with your doctor.. .Get a more detailed answer ›
I went for a breast sono and it didn't show anything and since I have clear liquid coming out they are sending me for a mamo. Could there still be off?
Had a small oval discoloration on my breast. Mamo and ultrasound were good. The discoloration is now a u shape. Saw doc today said its normal?
Cannot tell: Did you see a dermatologist? Without a photo it is impossible to make a diagnosis. Sorry. ...Read more
43years old, suffer from pain in left breast mamo and ultrasound is done noted an area of asymmetrical density not spread on magnification no masses?
18 mnth ago I had stage 2 idc with no metastasis. Today they found microcalifications in same breast on mamo but sono was clearmastectomy orbiopsy?
After mamo and u/s showed microcalcifications in wife's breast, had biopsy with benign result. Now radiologist wants another biopsy?! is this needed?
I'm sorry, yes: They must not have removed the calcifications, so they didn't really biopsy the area of concern. This sometimes happens; the breast can be confusing terrain, and calcifications are very tiny. If the radiologist is recommending another biopsy, please have it done. I know from experience how uncomfortable it can be, but this is exactly what a good radiologist does. You want to be sure! ...Read more
I refuse a regular mamo as I have breast implants. Afraid they will pop! I get ultrasounds. Is that ok? What are odds they pop? Never had any issue with the implants. They are 15yrs old. Saline...325cc in each. Never hard...Never any problems...I would l
Agree with dr george marosan.
Some of my patients did not want the saline implants any longer and they did not want to spend the money for the surgical removal - so, I have punctured them - without any problems (and I never removed them). You can get the mammogram done, few weeks after that. ...Read more
Just found a marble like inside breast. Seen by doctor and was told to get echo (ultra sound?) should I do it or get a mamo done?
Trust your doctor: Please follow your doctors instructions exactly as directed. ...Read more
Bloody discharge out of one montgomery gland on right breast. Mamo and us negative, pathology inconclusive. Does this mean no cancer? What could it be
Pathology report?: A common cause of bloody nipple discharge is a benign papilloma. Most times, the duct has to be excised to remove the papilloma both to see if there is cancer present and to stop the bloody discharge. I am not sure what type of biopsy you had (needle biopsy or excision), not sure what inconclusive means. Consider getting a copy of your pathology report and resubmit your question. ...Read more
Mamo & sono results came back & said benign imfalmation of lymph nodes in L breast Dr said stabbing burning pain is from that. Should I have more test?
I had a clear mamo and echo on my right breast- dense tissue and cysts. Still concerned about the really protruding veins on r-breast, is this normal?
My mom is going thru chemo after lumpectomy, she noticed a lump in her other breast recently which showed probably benign in her mamo, is this a worry?
Probablecyst: If nodes neg after lumpectomy with adequate margins, lesion in other breast probably benign. This is confirmed on mammo, but dx required even if benign. That is fibroadenoma or cyst. After lumpectomy or mastectomy, remaining breast tissue constantly needs exam since cause of the Ca remains, such as MMTV virus. New lesion in remaining breast can appear at 1%/yr. For up to 15 yrs. ...Read more
Clear spontaneous discharge from left breast. Ptolactin TSH mamo and ultrasound normal. Why is it happening.
My sister had a biopsy of her breast abnormal mamo and abnormal mass in ovary what are the changes of cancer she had cervical cancer prior should I be?
Clarification: Hi, I'm not sure if I understand ur question, r u asking about the chance of you having breast cancer or the question is if the mass in ur sisters ovary and breast are cancerous, please clarify, cervical cancer is not related to ovarian and breast cancer, although Ovarian and breast cancer could share an abnormal gene., called BRACA gene, ...Read more
I have a soft egg size lump on side of lt. Breast more under arm. No dr. Knows why and say it's nothing. I had 3d mamo, and sono. They say fluid fille?
Had mamo and ultrasound of breast- said not cancer, just a cyst but watch it for 6 months--see surgeon then if needed. Should I have had a biopsy too?
Generally: There is no need to biopsy simple cysts. The malignant potential is essentially zero. ...Read more
Wife has small pea sized lump left breast, it's located on the inner side near the sternum, not quite in breast tissue, to me it feels like muscle knot. She's pregnant. Mamo next week, worry?
Breast lump: If the lump is hard, the first step could be an ultrasound to determine if the lump is a cyst or a solid mass. If she is 40 weeks pregnant, waiting 1-2 more weeks until after the delivery is an appropriate course of action before doing a mammogram. It is most likely an enlarged milk duct or lymph node, but it is important to follow through. ...Read more
My mother 65 years old, went to the dr. For breast lump. After mamo, u/sound she did neddle biopsy. Report shows the 'papillary neoplasm'. What is it?
My sister has had breast tenderness and had a biopsy today due to an abnormal mamo!! Also she has had a abnormal cat scan showing a mass in the ovary?
Question?: Hi, I'm so sorry to hear about ur sister's problem but what is the question, please wait for biopsy result. ...Read more
Before pregnancy, I was proud of my firm, b-cup breasts. Now they are saggy and gross. What’s happening? Will they ever be the same again?
Tissue is damaged.: What makes young girls have those high shapely breasts is the amount of collagen in their skin and the amount of gravity they've been exposed to. When your breasts expand during pregnancy and lactation, the collagen is stretched and potentially damaged and there is more gravitational pull on the larger breasts. Invest in some really good bras and you will look just fine. ...Read more
My right breast is way larger than my other. (like right is a d and left is a b) how can this be fixed. Will it even out over time? I'm 17
See your doctor: It is possible that this could be due to natural development. There are conditions where one breast can be larger than the other. On occasion this needs to be addressed surgically. See your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
6 month mammograg shows 2 new spots that are at least 6mm each. I also have very dense breasts. Should I b worried. Was told to come back in 6 mont?
Should have ultrasound: You should have a breast ultrasound to determine the nature of the two new 6 mm findings. ...Read more
Hi. I have been having very odd sharp pain all around my breasts. They have recenty become heavy and bigger in size (I was a B and now a DD in less than a year). I have also noticed that I have a sharp pain in the left side when I breathe. Is this normal?
Pain on breathing can be due to a viral infection of the lining of the lung (pleura) called viral pleurisy. On occasion it can be due to muscle strain in the chest wall or a pulmonary embolus.
Breast cysts can cause pain in various areas of the breast. If persistent see your physician ...Read more
Gained 20 lbs. Noticed breasts have become really, really, saggy. Could this be from the weight gain? Only 18. Breasts went from B to C/D.
My breasts never grew, they only grow when I'm pregnant then I lose more weight thani did before I got preg! Why? How can I make them grow to b normal?
You are normal!: Our culture has an obsession with big breasts. There's nothing wrong with you. If you have a hard time maintaining your weight after your baby is born--and your weight is normal--talk to your doctor about what you can do to gain weight. But gaining weight won't necessarily make your breast bigger. ...Read more
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