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I have a mass that is 4.5 inches but teh area of concern is 1.8 by 1.2.by 1.1 cm anone else? this is a follow up

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over 3 years
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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2007
    Could you try your question again. Take care, Sharon
    over 3 years Comment Flag
  • Lou Cam Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2013
    Amber, I hope that your doctor will explain this when you get your biopsy results. The numbers do not seem to add up. I know the waiting is so hard, but you really need the results to understand what is going on.
    over 3 years Flag
    • Amber James Profile
      anonymous
      stage_2b Patient

      Thanks lou!

      over 3 years Flag
  • Amber James Profile
    anonymous
    stage_2b Patient
    I should say this is a follow up question.
    over 3 years Flag
    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      A followup question to what?

      over 3 years Flag
    • Amber James Profile
      anonymous
      stage_2b Patient

      I will just wait for the biopsy. I had a stroke too so i am bad at forming questions at times. so I went in again and the actual mass is 4.5 inches but the area of suspicion is 1.8 by 1.1 by 1.2 cm have you heard of that? I hadnt even realized the...

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      I will just wait for the biopsy. I had a stroke too so i am bad at forming questions at times. so I went in again and the actual mass is 4.5 inches but the area of suspicion is 1.8 by 1.1 by 1.2 cm have you heard of that? I hadnt even realized the mass was that big. It is growing rapidly

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      Are you still awaiting your biopsy? Take care and keep us informed. Betti

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      I got thinking too my areas measured differently on Mammogram and U/S so my Onc. ordered an MRI to better evaluate them. They were right next to each other and we didn't know if it was 1 really big area with something growing off it or 2 separate...

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      I got thinking too my areas measured differently on Mammogram and U/S so my Onc. ordered an MRI to better evaluate them. They were right next to each other and we didn't know if it was 1 really big area with something growing off it or 2 separate things which the biopsies showed to be the case as they were 2 different types of cancer.

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    • Amber James Profile
      anonymous
      stage_2b Patient

      Hi Betti. My biopsy was yesterday. Core ultrasound guided. Pretty sire but hope results are fast. My doctor is puzzled that he was not informed that the mass itself is so large. So I wait. Thank you for answering me

      over 3 years Flag

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