I was diagnosed with lobular carcinoma in situ in May as the result of micro calcifications found in my mammogram that were biopsies (those were benign). I realize this disorder is not considered cancer, but I wanted to introduce myself and see if anyone has dealt with this.
After consulting two breast surgeons, excision of the area was recommended, so that was done last week, and now I'm waiting for this biopsy result. Following that, it was recommended I consult an oncologist about future treatment (if any), and do 6-month MRI mammo rotations. This part concerns me, all the exposure to radiation can't be good.
Just wanted to introduce myself and see if anyone else dealt with this.