I can imagine your fright! You are young to be dealing with all of this, but you are not alone. There are many young women who have had to go through what you are. It is good that your doctor is being thorough in ordering tests. You will not know anything for sure until you get results. My best guess is that you will have to have lumps removed for a definitive answer, especially since you have already had cancer in an ovary. When I was 42 I had a hysterectomy and the path report showed precancer. I thought nothing of it at the time, but 16 years later I was diagnosed with breast cancer. First you have to find out if you have cancer, if it is they will know from the tests the stage and be able to treat you accordingly. It is said now that breast cancer is much like diabetes, it is a chronic condition that must be treated to keep under control. I hope and pray that is not your situation. Please let us help you through the tests and whatever. Hugs Mary K.