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low suspicion of malignancy BIRADS 3 Probably Benign results after second ultrasound

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Re: low suspicion of malignancy BIRADS 3 Probably Benign results after second ultrasound

Hi selflove

 

Thanks for posting.

 

At Breast Cancer Care, we encourage everyone to be breast aware as you are. Being breast aware means getting to know what your breasts look and feel like normally (for you).

 

It sounds as though you’ve been seen in the breast clinic and had your results. When you get a result which is unusual, abnormal, uncertain but probably benign, the uncertainty it causes can be difficult to cope with.

 

From your post it’s not clear if you have had a biopsy of the area of concern as this may make things clearer.

 

Unfortunately it’s not possible to say whether your symptoms will be worse in 6 months’ time, so it may be an idea to talk to the specialist about your concerns. You may want to try to bring your appointment forward.

 

Breast pain is very common in women of all ages. There are different types of breast pain, and these are explained in our information.

 

Kind regards

 

Marretje

 

Breast Care Nurse

 

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low suspicion of malignancy BIRADS 3 Probably Benign results after second ultrasound

Seven months ago I experienced pain in my breasts and woke up to an abrasion on both of my breast. Two doctors told me that I scratched my self and another one said that a spider probably bit me. Anyhow I did get a doctor to send me for a mammo but since i has abrasions the radiologist skipped the mammo and did an ultrasound. I was told 7 months ago that i had cyst and to follow up in 6 months. The follow up ultrasound showed that i have low suspicion of malignancy BIRADS 3 Probably Benign and that I needed to follow up again in 6 months. 

 

I'm worried that 6 months from now it will be much more severe. Should I be worried and what advice can you give me so that I can talk to my physician?

 

thanks 

selflove