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Suspicious area on u/s came back 'benign lactational changes', so i'm worried the dr biopsied the wrong area(it was ultrasound guided). What do I do?

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Dr. Thomas Rayson
Pathology
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In brief: Ask the radiologist

It's very likely that the radiographic area was adequately biopsied.
This siri i may be a focus of lactation hyperplasia. If you have a few are radiologist review the film and biopsy report he will be able to confirm that.

In brief: Ask the radiologist

It's very likely that the radiographic area was adequately biopsied.
This siri i may be a focus of lactation hyperplasia. If you have a few are radiologist review the film and biopsy report he will be able to confirm that.
Dr. Thomas Rayson
Dr. Thomas Rayson
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Dr. Walter Klein
Pathology
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In brief: I wouldn't worry

It's highly doubtful that you had a suspicious lesion at your age.
A lactional adenoma is more likely and totally benign. If it was truly suspicious in the mind of the radiologist it should be re-biposied or excised. But i doubt that's the case.

In brief: I wouldn't worry

It's highly doubtful that you had a suspicious lesion at your age.
A lactional adenoma is more likely and totally benign. If it was truly suspicious in the mind of the radiologist it should be re-biposied or excised. But i doubt that's the case.
Dr. Walter Klein
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Dr. Gregory Hines
Family Medicine
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In brief: Normal

This is normal in a lactating woman, so if you are breastfeeding your son, you should feel confident that there is nothing suspicious going on.

In brief: Normal

This is normal in a lactating woman, so if you are breastfeeding your son, you should feel confident that there is nothing suspicious going on.
Dr. Gregory Hines
Dr. Gregory Hines
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