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The math of invasive breast cancer risk for LCIS

Breast Cancer | Last Active: Jan 21, 2020 | Replies (30)

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@amy11559, have you had your pbm already? May I ask what age your diagnosis was?

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My surgery is this week. I am 50 yrs old. I am scheduled for nspbm with expanders. I hope to do ok and I hope to have DIEP at some point in the next few months. I am honestly terrified but this past year when An enhanced 6 cm nodular nonmass was found on my mri I felt a total loss of control. This was only two months after having a biopsy that showed a benign fibroadeonoma on the other breast. The fear that went through me that week was worse. I felt betrayed after having mammos and Sonos every year and doing everything I was suppose to do. I always felt we as woman were in control by having our yearly mammograms. This year I found that lobular hyperplasia and chances doesn’t always show up on imaging and that mad me angry. One one of three surgeons agreed to remove the fiboadenoma along with the nonmass on the opposite side. That is where the alh was found

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