It really depends on where you are going for the appointment. If you are going to a breast center, they could be doing lots of different things. First, they will want to get a better look at the microcalcifications. They will typically do compression views, which are a bit like a "mini-mammogram" over a specific part of the breast. It gives them a clearer picture of the calcifications. If the calcifications are new, and the compression views do not look suspicious, then they may just ask you to come back in 6 months so they can see if there are any changes. Lots of women have microcalcifications and never have breast cancer. They are very common. But sometimes the calcifications will form a cluster, and the edges of the calcifications will be irregular in shape. This can be an indication of a very early stage of breast cancer, called "in situ" cancer. If this is what shows up, then at a breast center, they may want to do a biopsy, as well, where they would take a sample of the calicificate area to look for cancer cells. You could always opt to talk to your doctor about having a surgical biopsy instead.
We'll all be hoping here that it is nothing, and they are just getting a better view to compare future mammograms to. Good luck tomorrow! Hope this helps.
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