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Old 10-30-2012, 07:36 AM   #1
Join Date: Oct 2012
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Talia980 HB User
Bloody fluid during breast cyst aspiration?

I recently found a small lump in my breast which I have had a mammorgram and ultrasound images taken of. The doctor reccomended I have the lump drained in order to determine if the fluid is clear or needs to be evaluated.

The aspiration was today, and a bit of fluid was present. He sent the fluid to be tested, but what could this possibly mean? I am young, in my early 20s, for this and certainly for breast cancer, but the longer I go without any definitive answers, the more worried I get.

If anyone has had a similar experience or can shed some light on the situation, please let me know.

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