I recently had a mamogram, u/s, and u/s guided biopsy. I am waiting for a copy of the results but what I was told over the phone is that the everything is fine and the results were benign. Hyperplasia was found with no atypia in the duct, an area of dense tissue, and a papilloma. How common is this? Should I be concerned about the hyperplasia? (the words mild or usual were not used) They originally told me to return for a f/u u/s in 3 months. I jsut talked to the office again and was told that the surgeon would like to move that appt up and be seen in 2 months. Is that typical? I believe they said the biopsy result did not reflect tissue from a solid mass (papilloma) so therefore they are a bit more cautious. If I understood the inference, maybe the tissue from the mass wasn't obtained during the biopsy and another biopsy might be needed or have an mri of the breast done. Other than waiting the 2 months, how common is hyperplasia in the breast? Is it somethng that should be watched and how often? How would a papilloma be reviewed or described on a biopsy result? Thanks in advance.