Good afternoon, I'm 27 years old. My mother died of breast cancer at 46 and my maternal grandmother survived ovarian cancer in her 50's. I've been dealing with 2 breast issues at once. My first lump was diagnosed as a cyst by ultrasound. My second lump is more irregular in shape. It's mostly smooth and oblong but has some texture on one end. The lump moves between my fingers. It's tender but painful during my cycle. My PCP thought it was benign but ordered an ultrasound. My ultrasound didn't find this lump even though it's palpable. So I went to a breast surgeon who also thought it was benign but warned me that she has felt a lump before like mine that was cancer. I left her office very worried. Why wouldn't an ultrasound detect a palpable lump that's right near the surface? How scared should I be about the breast surgeon's comments? She was reassuring and kinda scary at the same time. I obtained a copy of her report and it stated, "I reassured the patient that I am not overwhelmingly concerned about malignancy but that it's always a possibility given her family history. If it is a malignancy then we will go from there." That sounds scary. What does she mean by "overwhelmingly" concerned?? Does that still mean "very" concerned....? or "concerned". To me, there's a big difference between saying "that feels benign" and "I'm not overwhelmingly concerned". I also won't have insurance until September. She knew about this so she postponed the recommended biopsy until then. Should that concern me? Obviously if this could be cancer, I would want the biopsy done ASAP. But she kept saying it was non-urgent. I feel so conflicted about what's really going on. Any advice? Thank you!!!!