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... Where I go, it depends on what the Dr. ordered. If they order a screening mammogram, they send a letter in about 2 weeks. If they order a diagnostic, they tell you before you leave the office. (5 replies)
... I wouldn't be concerned. I've heard of many places that take this long and years ago almost ALL of them took this long. ... (5 replies)
... I had a mammogram last Friday, and Tuesday the doctor's office had the report and on Wednesday, I was back at the center for another spot check and a breast ultrasound. ... (5 replies)

... My wife had a mammogram last week and hasn't heard any results. ... (5 replies)
... My wife had a mammogram last week and hasn't heard any results. ... (0 replies)
... I was expecting to hear the results within a few days. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I always get nervous also, but I get less nervous as the days pass, as I know if something was wrong I would be contacted much sooner than the 2 weeks it takes to send out in the mail that everything was normal. Other women I know that go to the same place I do, have been called back in before they're allowed to leave, so I usually feel pretty good about getting to... (5 replies)
... I usually don't hear anything for about two weeks afterwards. Chances are everything is fine. Let us know. Nancy (5 replies)
... She had the biopsy On Tuesday last week and the nurse made an appointment for her to come back the following Tuesday for the results , they do not give the results over the phone my mother was told. ... (2 replies)
... My mom had her annual biopsy at the end of February. She received a notice telling her to return for a spot compression mammogram because it was hard to visualize a particular spot on her R breast. ... (5 replies)
... I had been checking since I was alot younger, maybe I'd have noticed it. So far a biopsy hasn't been mentioned. I guess they are going to wait to see what the mammogram shows. I have no idea when I will get the results back from it. How long does it usually take? ... (8 replies)
... came out benign II but the radiologist went on about how 'extremely dense' my breasts were and how that raises the possibility of false negatives, etc. ... (18 replies)
... I just had this done and they couldn't exactly identify what I had with the mammogram so did the ultrasound and could see much better. ... (18 replies)
... I'm so scared. I'm 37 and had a lump checked on ultrasound and has come up very suspicious. Had mammogram today and another ultrasound and needle biopsy. ... (8 replies)
... how long did you have your fibroadoman before they saw that it may be changing? ... (7 replies)
... g that looks suspicious enough for a radiologist to suggest a biopsy. A Breast MRI sometimes picks up an abdomality before it can be pick up on a mammogram. The results are read by how much enhancement a lesion has. They will time how long the contrast takes to absorb into a lesion. ... (9 replies)
... I was told I would have a Stereotactic Needle Core Biopsy. I am having this done at the same place I had my mammogram with the radiologist doing the biopsy. My sister and Mom has had biopsies and had a surgeon do theirs. Is there a difference? ... (7 replies)
... How long does it take to get your results back, before they tell you, you need a biopsy? ... (2 replies)
... Thank God. My doctor is on vacation so I don't know what the results showed. I know I am being a baby but these sort of things make me very up tight to say the least. ... (3 replies)
... they've caught it early. I received my biopsy results Mon...Atypical cells, which means potential to become cancer cells. ... (11 replies)


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