So I was diagnosed back in July. Nothing I saw, but the past few years there was something there because I had to keep repeating my mammograms, until this year, the radiologist recommended a biopsy. Yep, it was cancer (6 o'clock). Went and saw two separate breast surgeons, both seem to agree on the treatment. One Dr. orders a MRI, which I get the next day. The MRI finds another lesion, so they recommend another biopsy. Other Dr. sees something on the ultrasound and additional mammogram and orders a third biopsy (same breast 4 o'clock). MRI biopsy doesn't happen because a different radiologist says he believes it to be a tendril off the original tumor. I get the other biopsy, of which I still don't have results for as they've ordered more staining tests. So, fast forward to today, and I'm a total basket case and freaking out. Why wasn't all the staining done from the get go? Why would more tests be ordered unless they knew it was also cancer and they need the new stains to isolate the type? I feel like a yo-yo and honestly know what the heck to believe or not believe. How can one Dr. see one thing and others see something else, but they don't agree on either? I've already fired my gynocologist because she didn't even have the decency to call me and tell me about the original diagnosis, she had a nurse call and leave me a voicemail - how awesome was that? I'm seriously on a cliff right now.