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I am "Anonymous" who asked about having a mammogram and ultra-sound rather than just aspirating a lump. I got a response from a PA whose name I cannot remember, and a post from Angeak, whom I'd like to respond to, but . . .

By November 1, 2011 - 3:28am
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I am a 67 yr old mostly computer-illiterate woman who cannot figure out how to get around this website. I just want to let Angeak know that I am praying for her. Sadly, I have no advice because I've never had breast implants (I went from a C-cup to a DD several years ago when I put on 13 lbs. in 14 days due to a medication I was taking: guess where most of it landed!)

Today I went on my 2 mi. walk, came home, showered and found another lump. Other breast. Can't wait til Wednesday (11/2) to see what the mammogram and ultra-sound show. I praise Jesus Christ for the "peace of God which passeth all understanding" ( Phil. 4:7) God is still on the throne!

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Hi Shirley Annie,

Here's the link to your original post: http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/ive-found-lump-my-breast-pa-i-saw-said-she-thought-it-be-just-cyst-yet-she-has-schedul

You can reply to Angeak1968 there or you can click on her user name and send her a personal message.

We wish you the best!


November 1, 2011 - 7:48am
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Hi Shirley,

Welcome to EmpowHER. I hope everything goes well tomorrow on your diagnostic testings. I can imagine how you must be feeling. As a personal experience with my mother 11 years ago and she is still here with us. Early detection is the key! I can't find that members name, you are trying to send a message to. But here is a link that can help you, there's articles and groups you can join.

Best of luck,

November 1, 2011 - 7:41am
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