I have not posted here before but wanted to say this:
I am 60 years old and 12 years ago had bilateral subcutaneous mastecomy with saline implant reconstruction. I did not have breast cancer but had such severe fibrocystic breasts that the threat of breast cancer was always there. I had undergone about 8 or 9 surgical biopsies and countless aspirations. I finally saw the correct surgeon who agreed that though he didn't think I had breast cancer that if I did have it it would be very difficult to find it at an early enough stage to cure.
I have been very, very happy with my surgery and have had no more surgeries since that time. It was the best decision I could have made.
So, if you are anyone you know has severe problems with breast cysts and are wondering about this, having the right surgeon can make a huge difference in your life. I was going crazy with the cysts and surgeries and fears.