Hello Linda: I am sorry that you have had this scare but I am glad that you found us. Why didn't the dr do an MRI also? This might show a different view than the ultra sound and the mammo. In fact, I heard on the news last night that the ACS is recommending now that an MRI be done w/ the mammo. It is common to have a needle biopsy. This will tell your dr exactly what is in the suspicious spot. Most are benign so don't worry yet. Do some research and see what hospitals in your area specialize in breast problems and see if they take your insurance. Do you have a family physician that you could call and have his/her office make an appointment for you w/ a surgeon?
You are very smart to request your films and reports from the mammo and the ultrasound. Make a copy for yourself to keep in your files.
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