So, the first finding resulted in your needing to have the ultrasound, correct? I'm curious why they listed your birad as 2 in that and 0 for the first. Because of the stable mass? But they say it is benign? Did the biopsy it at one time? Sorry, just trying to understand. I had a bi rad of 5 after a mammogram due to a host of issues with some calcifications I had. But they turned out to not be cancer. Thank goodness. It's a scary time when being evaluated, isn't it?