Hi I am new to this site. I have an aunt who has just finished her radiation treatments for breast cancer. She is my aunt on my mother's side. I had a hysterectomy when I was 35. I have no children and I took Premarin for 5 years (well actually a little over 5 years). I have dense breast and my family doctor has told me that I have only a 10% chance of an detection by mammogram. What should I do? I am considering seeing a Gyno. I have a copy of my last mammogram. Just need some advice.
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