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... what does it mean to get a call back after a second mammogram (3 replies)
... prescription to go back to the same center and have an ultrasound and possible second mammogram. She said it is common and the report did not list that anything was suspicious. ... (4 replies)
... I have had several call backs after mammograms for an ultrasound. It's likely nothing to worry about. ... (3 replies)

... very dense breast tissue and would always get the dreaded call that the mammogram showed something suspicious and that I needed to come back for further testing. ... (9 replies)
... But I can't live the rest of my life going into a tailspin of depression and obsession every time a test comes back less than 'all clear.' My house is a mess, I don't eat, I lay in bed in a daze, pop sleeping pills. ... (18 replies)
... Try not to be alarmed. I get called back every year for an ultrasound. It just means they want a closer look. I just went back again today. They found a cyst. It may go away on it's own or I may have it drained. Just try not to worry. ... (3 replies)
... Normally they tell you on the phone why they want you to come back. Obviously, something does not look right and they may want to do an ultrasound. Laura (3 replies)
... action, but failed to communicate with ME about my mammogram results. Now back to my having called the family physician's office today at 8am...I received no response. ... (9 replies)
... bla. It could be something as simple as another mammogram because it wasn't readable. It could also be they need to do an ultrasound because they want to see the consistancy of something seen on the mammogram. ... (9 replies)
... A typical mammogram is 2 to 4 pictures on each breast. ... (1 replies)
... to the medical records department and request a copy of the ultasound report. Read the report and anything that you do not understand, tell the tech doing your mammogram that you wish to speak to the reading radiologist. ... (4 replies)
... I had a mammogram on June 8, and the technician told me I could leave after she developed the films. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, hope someone has some insight on this, I had a mammogram that showed a 2. ... (0 replies)
... ve been to a breast clinic today to access why I have been getting spots of blood from my right breast, and I got worried when I was being sent in and out of the mammogram room. ... (0 replies)
Aug 24, 2013
... reasts, family history breast cancer, test reveal pre cancer cells. I'm 62 next month i just won't to be free from test being told alls well then getting a phone call asking me to return to talk to my Dr. Right now a mastectomy seems to be my answer. So I go see Dr Tuesday then breast surgeon . ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone. I currently have been given a option of either mastectomy or go on tamoxafin and have mamo's every 6 months and MRI's every year. I have been diagnosed with ADH, ALH and LCIS in both breasts. On the first run of it they the doctor did a sterotactic biopsy and core biospy on my left breast for calcifcations and a couple of cysts. The cysts turned out to be... (2 replies)
New and worried
Feb 8, 2013
... and finally changed doctors after realizing that my former primary never seemed to follow up on anything. ... (12 replies)
... It is the call we all dread and fear. Keep in mind the vast majority of these lumps are NOT CANCER! By now you are having the new test so this will be a mute point. ... (2 replies)
... Radiologists see these things all the time, so I would take comfort in those words. When I went in for a biopsy, the radiologist told me to plan on it coming back as cancer. She was right. ... (20 replies)
... Hi, you are so right about being unacceptable when people especially doctor's offices don't call you back. It makes me furious and I think you should not stop trying to get through. ... (7 replies)

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