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Ultrasound scan shows fibroadenosis, bilateral ductal ecstasia and enlarged lymph nodes. History of fibriods. What are the risks?

Hi, my ultrasound scan results just came back and the impressions are as follows: fibroadenosis, bilateral ductal ecstasia and enlarged lymph nodes seen in left axilla . I just want to know what I am facing, and if I am at risk of anything? I am 47, never had any children and have a history of Fibriods (I have had 2 myomectomies). Thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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At the age of 47years while having fibroadenossi with ductal ectasia should go for every 6mnths check up with mammograph and ultrasound ,so to have follow up that no suspicious mass is not growing over there..risks are just dat there will be pain in left breast
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