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My name is Elizabeth. I just recently found two lumps in my left breast. I went in for testing. They found three in my left then one in my right breast. From there I proceed to the chairs outside of radiology with other wemon and all waiting for our turn. I was first to go in for a mammogram. Since they knew I had lumps I had extra smashing done then sent back out to wait. I was almost immediately called back in for a couple more test. Sent back out to wait again, I then received news that I had to sit at the next station and wait for an ultrasound. Truthfully it didn't really sink in till I was separated from the other wemon. Finally going into the ultrasound room and watching it all on the screen. Wow there reallyhard three lumps in my left and something very small in the right. The tech let me know that the dr wanted to come in himself and do an exam. He said good news your right breast is fine but the left will need a biopsy. I was scheduled for the next morning at 8am, which was this morning. I went in and was prepped for the biopsy. Which ended up being two. Now I am told to wait for results. The waiting is awful. I will post my next step and hope for the best. Btw I am 43 years old.
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