Welcome to the forum, I'm sorry you are having to go through so much at the minute and it doesn't help when things keep changing. It's not unusual to have a mix of DCIS and Invasive, I had it myself although I learned it the other way around, Invasive from the off and found out after that I had some DCIS.
HER2 + is treated with chemotherapy as the norm as you would be given Herceptin which is only licensed for use along side Chemo. It's is very stressful and each appointment seems to throw up something new when you've only just about got your head around the previous load of information you were given!
Im not sure what other results they would be waiting for as you have your ER, PR and HER2 back but your Oncologist will explain everything to you, it's always a good idea to write things down as you think of them before your appointment as we can't always remember what we wanted to say in the heat of the moment.
It will all become a little easier once you know your treatment plan, great to hear your son is doing so well, you certainly have a lot to deal with but we are always here to help Xx Jo
Hello, im new on here. I was diagnosed with dcis on the 13th september, the doctor said it was dcis with 1mm invasive. I had a mx on the 12th october, my lymph nodes were clear and my mx is healing nicely. I have been to see my doctor today for the results, he said there was two invasive parts one was 2mm and the other 6mm.He said i am ER- PR- he said the HER was positive but waiting for more results. He has referred me to an oncologist as i might need chemotherepy. I feel worried and and drained. My son has hodgkins lympoma and is having chemotherepy his last treatment is next week and is doing really well. I just feel very confused and very scared about waht the doctor has said today.