But, walking in I felt like I was facing a bullet.
Maybe I shouldn't have said I didn't know why. I depend on the medications he gives me for migraines to function. Without them, I'd be a pain-wracked barfing ball unable to even get out of bed. Maybe, somewhere deep inside, I was afraid he'd say, "You have cancer, you have to live without your Imitrex now."
He said he'd set up a biopsy for me, and I asked for a copy of my radiology report, which he gave me. I have crossed out the harder medical terminology and replaced it with real words for you cancer-free folk.
Targeted ultrasound was performed of both breasts. In the right breast, in the
Oddly enough, a couple of days after my doctor's appointment, I got this wonderful notification from the radiology company, that stated, in part:
"The result of you (sic) Breast Imaging exam demonstrates a finding that requires cyst aspiration/biopsy at this time. This does not necessarily mean that there is a serious problem in your breast, but immediate follow up is necessary."