If you read my other post, I had my 6 months follow up after 2 ultrasounds and one MRI and now getting MRI again. Biopsy is not off the table if I really want it but it was not recommended at this point (radiologists thinks that if second MRI shows no changes, we are good to continue follow ups). During recent days I read so many forums and blogs where women say that no matter what 'always get a biopsy' and so many stories how they waited and then got worse diagnosis after 6 or 12 months because it was never a cyst or fibroadenoma. This makes me wonder, if this happens, why they hesitate to give biopsy? What are the reasons? In my country it's not about the money because we have very good private medicine options which are not even expensive. I mean can it make something worse (besides possible infection)? Or is it because 80% of biopsies come back benign? I just don't get it. Or are those stories dramatic and very rare and only appear common on the internet? I am a very rational person and when doctor tells me there is no need to do it, I trust her. But then I read stories on the internet and I get confused and scared.