Sunday, 29 September 2013

Breast Lumps A lump in the breast isn't always cancerous. From hormonal changes in teens to damaged fat tissue, more than 80 percent of all breast lumps are noncancerous for women under the age of 40. )
Did You Know? Signs of Breast Cancer While often caused by less severe conditions, a breast lump, pain, and tenderness are often the things most associated with breast cancer. Other symptoms of breast cancer include: nipple discharge or retraction of the nipple enlargement of one breast dimpling of the breast surface an "orange peel" texture to the skin vaginal pain unintentional weight loss enlarged lymph nodes in the armpit visible veins on the breast If you experience any of those symptoms, you should see your doctor.