I noticed a few months ago that I had two lumps in one breast; one about the size of a marble, and the other about the size of a pea. I went and had a mammogram, and it said I had several lumps, and so had an ultrasound. The ultrasound said I had NINE(!!) lumps in my left breast, but that they weren't of any major concern. Cysts perhaps. They had no answer to why I had developed them, why so many, or what would happen. For the last month, I've also noticed that when I run my hand down both shins in my legs, that I have multiple lumps of varying sizes along the bone. I don't know whether this is related, and why I seem to be having a cyst attack .. multiple cysts (if that's what they are) developing all over my body! Last year one doctor told me it looked like I was developing lymphadeamia and venous insufficiency. Would this possibly be connected? Any ideas would be gratefully received.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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