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Biopsy after Breast MRI

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Re: Biopsy after Breast MRI

Hi kazza81

Thanks for your post.

Hearing you need biopsy following a scan can be a really scary time, so it’s not surprising you have many thoughts going round your mind.

I’m unsure of your situation and the reason behind you having an MRI, however being recalled after an MRI is very common.

Breast MRI scans tend to be very good at picking up areas of breast tissue that look ‘abnormal’ in some way.  Most of these areas turn out to be normal or benign (not cancer) changes, but often the images don’t give enough information for doctors to be certain of the cause of the abnormality. Because of this, a biopsy is necessary to check out the area

At times like this it can help to talk through how you are feeling, so if you have met a breast care nurse you may find it helpful to contact her. Otherwise, I’d really encourage you to call our Helpline to talk this through or ask any further questions.

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Best wishes

Catherine

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Biopsy after Breast MRI

Hi.

I’ve just had a call from my key worker nurse to say that I need to go back for another biopsy as they have seen something they need to check on my Breast MRI yesterday. 
I am really worried now. I have so many thoughts going through my head. Has it spread? Is there another lump etc