Hi young mummy,
So sorry to hear you are going through this, but thankfully, you have acted promptly & they will get to the bottom of it. It is so scary going through all this & inevitably, until you get an answer, it is the pits to have to go through it & there is no magic wand to dealing with the anxiety, but you will get through it.
If the situation is not clear, a biopsy will always be done to finalise the diagnosis & it may still be all ok, but this cannot be confirmed without it, so try not to read too much into what was said at the appointment.
Do let us know what happens
Ps - the other thing I've learnt here is that the breast clinics aren't standardised - exactly how they deal with things depends completely on which hospital you're at. As you got cups of tea I'm fairly sure you weren't at mine!
I'm so sorry you're left feeling with no clue at all. I honestly believe they aren't sure otherwise they wouldn't have said that. If they're sure it's not they tell you, if they're sure it is they tell you. After my biopsy I was told outright they believed it to be BC but they couldn't confirm until the biopsy result. They're are many women here (but it is a smaller group because most times they can tell one way or the other) who had biopsies because the medics weren't sure who were subsequently cleared. Also with your family history, even if this is nothing, they may well want to discuss you at panel to advise you about your future care. Waiting is the absolute pits but don't assume the worst.