Hi There! I am a 38 yr old with a family history of BC. I had a mammogram, US, biopsy and MRI of my breasts 8 months ago with all sorts of findings that I gather were cysts, fibroadenoma, etc. They also stated in my report, which I do not unstand, is a solid benign-appearing lobulated mass in the 4:00 position measuring up to 1.3 cm in diameter, with slow progressive benign type enhancement kinetics (type 1 curve). I have another MRI next month (which is 8 months later- they forgot to schedule it at 6 months). My doctor states that I am higher risk then normal and I have also found another lump since then. I had a rough few months with all of the testing I did before and I am assuming the area of concern is the 4:00 position...I am concerned that "benign-appearing" is not a definite diagnosis as well as not understanding the slow progressive benign type enhancement kinetics...Please can someone give me input?