The surgeon or radiologist often has to use mammography to guide a needle to the location of the calcifications, since they are too small to be felt. I am glad you have good support. I'm nearly 9 months post mastectomy I would be happy to receive news and updates from Cancer Chat. If you have microcalcifications, your doctor may order:
Understanding Breast Calcifications
I have copied this description of calcification from the Microcalcification breast cancer treatment Research Website, as you might find it helpful: This is a scary time, full of pent up emotion, but you will get through it. Also, if the calcifications are clearly inside the blood vessels of the breast, there is no need for more testing.
When breast cells grow and divide, they make more calcium. Smooth, rod-like linear calcifications filling individual ducts, often in both breasts, can be a sign of mammary duct ectasia, which occurs when the ducts that lead to the nipple get enlarged and fill with fluid. I do hope that this is so in your case. We are here for you whenever you want to talk.
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