In 2002 long before Cowden’s Syndrome I had early stage breast cancer in the left breast
The breast cancer was treated with a lumpectomy radiation and five long years of horrible medicine.
Eleven years later I get these purple lumps in my radiated breast. Theses lumps appear, continue to grow and are tender to the touch.
Last Halloween I had a lump under the left breast. Everything came back ok.
This time I had a mammogram in early October. Everything was good.
Since I had a mammogram less than a month ago I didn’t need another one.
But the ultrasound of the lump said its the same thing I had last year.
The surgeon called the lump an atypical lesion that has to come out. So I have an outpatient procedure Dec 6th to take the lump out.
The surgeons nurse agreed with Dave cancer doesn’t grow that fast.
But the lump still has to come out.