Sobreviviente desde 2007
There would be a concern with a change like yours from one mammogram to another. It is understandible if you were to be worried as we all would be worried. At this point, a difference has been identified and it warrants finding out why. For every bad outcome, there are a ba-zillion benign reasons for these differences. You just need to follow up with the appropriate tests . These usually go as possibly, another mammogram, ultrasound, and needle biopsy. All of these could happen and it STILL can turn out to be benign. I have been there done that as many of us have. Try to take each step at a time and don't project into the future as it being ...for sure breast cancer. SO MANY of my pals have gone through these testing procedures and every single one of them have had benign outcomes. I didn't, but when I felt --the lump-- I really did know it was breast cancer just by the way it felt. My doctor also confirmed it even before all the testing started. Anyway..... many more benign findings than breast cancer.
Hang in there and keep us posted. Take care, Sharon