I have just had a lumpectomy for what was originally diagnosed as a Fibroadenoma. It was only when I went for my post surgery checkup with my surgeon that she said the pathology results came back as a Benign Phyllodes Tumour. She was upbeat and didn't have a lot to say about the tumour, just that it was benign and shouldn't grow back. I asked whether I should have another Mammogram within 12 months and she said no, just the usual two yearly one. So, after researching Phyllodes, I am confused about what to do next. I know that the surgeon didn't take 1 cm margins around the lump because she thought she was dealing with a Fibroadenoma, the lump was just shelled out. Does anyone have any advice to help me work out what to do?
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