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I had a core needle biopsy on my left breast yesterday after previously having an ultrasound scan. The doctors are sure it’s a fibrodemia (many apologies for my spelling!) but I’m still quite nervous. Can they be sure at this stage that it’s definitely fibrodemia without the biopsy results back? Also, what is the best thing to do with a fibrodemia? The doctors have told me its fine to be left in, and to be honest that’s what I would prefer, but is this safe? And what is the procedure like to have one removed? Thank you SO much to anybody that can help me answer these endless questions, I’m 23 and my breast ‘mouse’ measures at 3.3cm.