Thank you for your question and the discussion. The lump or new mass may need addition work up/biopsy and evaluation. It is best to see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and/or a breast surgeon for an examination, review of your imaging and thorough explanation of a treatment plan. Best wishes.Benjamin J. Cousins MDBoard Certified Plastic Surgeon
It really will require an in-person examination to fully assess the situation. There could be a number of reasons, some benign, some serious. Other opinions may be useful.
Thank you for the question. A lump in the breast deserves a full work up. I am glad that you underwent an ultrasound and mammogram. Firm masses are not caused by saline breast implants. There could be some scar tissue, but that shouldn't result in a new firm mass. Would recommend seeing another physician for a second opinion.