Hi Linca - Not sure why, if they saw something on the mammogram, they didn't do further diagnostic testing right then and there. Did you have an ultrasound, an MRI, or anything else? Did they give you any idea what the lump might be? A cyst, a fibroadenoma...?
In general, breast cancer doesn't produce pain, so that's a good sign that you DO have pain; but if this pain persists longer than a week or so, then that qualifies as a breast change; and I'd definitely call the doctor and tell him/her you'd like to be seen now, rather than wait the remaining 2 months. Good luck - PJH
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