I just had the small lump taken out - day surgery, didn't need chemo & had radiotherapy - all very standard treatment. x
Well, mine's the more usual story, picked up by routine mammogram, mid 50s - the classic age for diagnosis!
Now just over a year on from treatment for an early small invasive bc, requiring minor day surgery, radiotherapy & hormone treatment (tamoxifen) for the long term.
So it was all quite straightforward & I was fortunate to have no problems with treatment. I was pretty much back to life as normal within a few months of diagnosis.
So glad I went for that mammo, as I nearly didn't go, phew!
It's great you've acted so promptly in getting it seen to & there's no reason why you shouldn't get the all clear, but if on the unlikely off chance it is bc, then the sooner it's dealt with the better. Treatment is excellent now, with some of the best outcomes out there.
If you want to, do let us know how you get on.