Our expert says:
Of course this is distressing. I'm sure we all join you in hoping for the best. Try not to get too distressed yourself, as doing so isn't really helpful for her. And don't assume the worst. When there is a lump, its usually a good idea to take it out and examine it closely - if its entirely benign, one has lost nothing, and if it is malignant then one has caught it as early as possible, which helps to lead to a better outcome
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