Abnormal Mammogram? 7 Questions You Must Ask
Hearing that your mammogram result is abnormal is not something you want to hear. But experts say that being called back for a second opinion is actually quite common for people under 50 after initially receiving a false positive result. Dr. Sandhya Pruthi, consultant at the Breast Diagnostic Clinic at Mayo Clinic, says that being called back is often good news because the extra views help clarify and give more information to the radiologist. So if you are called back, it’s important that you’re asking your healthcare provider the smart questions.