I celebrated the life of my boob all weekend as silly as that seems.
I could get on with my life.
Everything from the past month just sped right up in fast motion and I felt over whelmed with everything I had thrown to the side with my distress.
I gardened, I cleaned up the yard. I cleaned the laundry room. I cleaned the cabinets and actually bought groceries for the family.
Ready to take on life...planning my vacations and starting to work out again/
Went back to work on Monday without a care in the world.
I recieved a phone call at about 10 am Monday morning and my gynecologist left a vm stating she would like to go over my biopsy. Ok....I all ready got the answer from my primary dr so I wanst too worried.
I went into the break room and gave her a call.
"your biopsy of the calcifications showed nothing to worry about right now. you have fibrocystic breasts which are very common at your age (my age being 45).....however, the Radiologist called me this morning and said after reviewing the pathology, the cells around your biopsy site were concerning. they have Hyperplastic Cell Growth of the Lobules and we would like to refer you to a cancer breast surgeon specialist. "
she goes on to say: " of biopsies done, only 37% come back malignant ( i see a problem here), of all the biopsies, only 4% come back with hyperplastic cell growth( which I made it to the 4%)...of that 4% only 25% show cancer upon further exams....and within about 10 years about 90% of those 4% develop breast cancer and some point....so, we feel like you should get it examined further to be safe, you are young and have kids....in 10 years you will still be young"
Really? Maybe I should have bought a l;ottery ticket too.
this is the side of my breast. they went in at the 9 oclock position and this is the hematoma 1 week later after biopsy one
so my decisions now is if I want to continue down this path? Do I just let it be for a while and see what happens. I know for a fact I will not get mammos every 3 months just to torture myself. I also will not be getting biopsies over and over again. Its a proven fact every time they stick that needle into something potentially cancerous and drag it through the healthy cells you are causing damage.
anyone out there have this experience? I know there are people. any Cancer RNs or doctors or radiologists who would like to just say what they have seen or experienced.
with that said I am going to run today. I am going to do some squats and pull ups. i have 3 months until summer....and like the dr said, Im still young...
write ya later,