I had a mammogram due to my gyn finding a lump. While the lump turned out to just be fibrous changes, they consequently found that I have regional amorphous calcifications bilaterally. I was given a Birads3 score. Everything I’ve read online indicates that amorphous should be considered for biopsy. I am just curious if anyone has had a similar experience. I don’t know if the fact that they are bilateral means they present less of a risk I already have a follow up appointment to discuss and I’m not super worried as I know even with a Birads4 my risk is super low. Just curious about other peoples experiences with amorphous calcifications not leading to biopsy.
Thanks for your time!