This case involves a 56-year-old female patient with a family history of breast cancer. The patient was BRCA negative and underwent a biopsy and subsequent lumpectomy of a tumor. The pathology revealed ADH with no sign of malignancy. The general surgeon recommended that the patient undergo a double mastectomy and counseled her that she was high risk for breast cancer. The patient underwent the surgery and had a very difficult recovery. She had 4 failed breast reconstruction surgeries.