Cysts in BreastsMuch of my information is mentioned in the Vaginal Yeast Infection post, but new information has been brought to my attention yesterday which focuses on my breasts. Both breasts were assessed and there is extensive dense parenchyma distributed throughout each breast. Multiple tiny cysts are present in the left breast as well as a complex somewhat lobulated 5mm cyst in the 2 oclock radian of the left breast. In the right breast there are multiple tiny cysts as well as a 4mm hypoechoic nodule in the 3 oclock radian and a 7x4x7 mm hypoechoic nodule in the 5-6 oclock radian, approximately 3.0 cm from the nipple. There is a mildy prominent duct at the 3 oclock radian of the left breast. Numerous bilateral tiny breast cysts as well as small solid lesions in the right breast, as described and a complex cyst in the left breast. It states on the report ´the solid lesions are most likely fibroadenoma and have a benign appearance. Recommended followup in six months. Please read all my other information under the vaginal yeast infection post if you would like more information about me. I have a call into the breast cancer society, but am anxious and would appreciate any and all information you may have for me. Please advise, thank you so much. Mamma
Mamma on 2009-09-15
♡ akshaymohl last decade
It is not a good idea to make separate posts for each complaint.
sameervermani last decade
Mamma last decade
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