Hi I am new to this site. I recently had a mammo and ultrasound of the breast. the mammo came back normal however my doc office called today to say i need to make a folllow up apt to discuss my u/s results. all they told me was they found a cyst, I have had fibrous cysts before which needed no follow up. does nayone know if they do follow up apts for simple cysts or is it most likley something more. I dont want to wste my time going if its just a simple cyst but I didnt think they did follow up apts for simple cysts since theres nothing to do with a simple cyst. if anyone know or has advice it would be appreciated . thanksView Thread
I went today and they did a needle biopsy. they said i had a complex cyst and shold get the results by friday so /I will let you know. ITs crazy cause my twins sister has the exact same thing and is going for her biopsy wed.View Thread
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