I have a question. About 3 years ago I had a biopsy done for a lump. It turned out to be a fibroadenoma. I was 30 at the time. Fast forward to now I had too get my pathology reports for another reason and I see that that fibroadenoma also had usual ductal hyperplasia and apocrine metaplasia (sp?). So I Googled these two things and got all worried. Does that make it a complex fibroadenoma? Should I have had this thing removed....OR should I now? I had a breast MRI 5 months ago and it was normal. I have also had several ultrasounds since that biopsy and the fibroadenoma has gotten smaller. I have only asked my radiologist about this and she said it's a common finding and not to worry. BUT...of course I'm worried. Am is missing something. Is it really ok to leave there? When I had the biopsy three years ago I asked the radiologist who called with the results if I should have it removed, if it could ever turn into cancer and she said no but she also didn't even mention the usual ductal hyperplasia or the apocrine metaplasia she just said it's a fibroadenoma...no worries. Please let me know own if any of you know anything about this. Thank you!!!