1- Presence of Lump/Lumps:
In order to detect the disease before it reaches the stage of advanced breast cancer, you need to perform self-examination on your breasts. To do this, carefully put pressure on your breast and surrounding tissues by using your fingers.
Both malignant (Cancerous) and benign (non-cancerous) form of breast cancer can be felt in the form of lump under and near the armpit, collarbone, lymph node sites, nipples, etc. These lumps do not move when pressed upon hard with the use of fingers.
2- Itchy Breasts:
If you have assumed your itchy breasts to be nothing but dermatitis, think again. More than often, breast cancer and treatment requires you to take a deep diagnosis of those itchy breasts. This itchy sensation most often comes with nipple discharge. You can also notice that your breasts have changed in the overall texture and tend to appear thicker.
So, instead of settling down for prescription ointment, make sure you take a test or appointment with your doctor at least every 6 months or so.
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