• Bilateral second look ultrasound today. It looks like right breast is probably clear. US on left indicates likely lymph node trouble =(

    Asked by HearMeRoar on Thursday, January 24, 2013

    Bilateral second look ultrasound today. It looks like right breast is probably clear. US on left indicates likely lymph node trouble =(

    What the XXX, can't a girl catch a break around here? I hope it is still gonna be okay with nodes involved!

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    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      Everyone is hoping right along with you! It's a tough time waiting to see what's happening.

      Wishing you the best.

      over 4 years ago
    • karen1956's Avatar

      hope everything comes out okay....

      over 4 years ago
    • DianaL's Avatar

      Good luck and stay strong. Cancer can be beaten!!

      over 4 years ago
    • Mel's Avatar

      Keep your head up!!.... Stay Strong..
      Best Wishes...

      over 4 years ago
    • Lindy's Avatar

      I am thinking and praying you get a free pass. So much research, so close...scientific discovery happens in explosive segments of time. I feel we are about to witness just this for all cancer. I am really wanting this for you.

      over 4 years ago
    • debco148's Avatar

      I was in the same exact place as you are now, exactly one year ago. Started out simple mammo, then right to US, then biopsy. You should probably also have MRI - the dye will show things better. Also, to confirm node issue they should biopsy. . I had all of these tests and MRI showed a bad node, but they could never find it in US. So I did a mastectomy --left side only-did not want to take any more chances with these tricky nodes. Even in the preliminary look under the microscope nodes that lit up with the dye looked negative, thought I was clear until pathology came back and one node was bad. I just didn't think I could take any more news like this. I ended up doing chemo and radiation. But, unless you have a pathology report to confirm this node, it is not 100%. Talk to your surgeon about biopsy and MRI. Just remember there a lots of us out there and we are all pulling for each other. You can make it through and we are here for you!

      over 4 years ago
    • SueRae1's Avatar

      Hugs and prayers. Good luck.

      over 4 years ago
    • strongdeb's Avatar

      Hang in there, my prayers are with you. I had a right breast mastectomy in dec 2010 with 3 positive nodes out of 21 removed, followed by chemo and radiation. Then reconstructive surgery with implant. Just want to reassure you that it can be ok, and you have the support of others who have been there. :) Stay strong

      over 4 years ago

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