I just found out the results of my ultrasound/biopsy: Intraductral Papilloma. The nurse also told me that the area was diagnosed as 'florid' and that I have usual ductral hyperplasia. But that they are worried about it turning into 'atypical ductoral phyerplasia.' She said that it is perfectly fine to watch it for 6 months (I have no sypmptoms) and come back for an ultrasound at that time. I was just wondering if anyone has had experience with this and if the 'wait and see' method is better that having the area removed surgically? I have been through a lot of operations over the last few years (not in this area) and am not anxious to jump right into another OR. Thanks.
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