Lump. Unfortunately, cancer might have been developing for up to several years by the time you feel a lump in your breast or armpit region (where the lymph nodes are). However, this is often the first indicator of breast cancer that women observe on their own.
Redness and heat. Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare type of breast cancer that causes the affected breast to become inflamed and redden or darken. However, other benign breast disorders, such as mastitis, might produce identical symptoms.
Nipple discharge. Unusual nipple discharge, whether blood or not, may be an indication of breast cancer, particularly if it affects just one breast.
Nipple inversion. The nipple on the affected breast may pull inward or seem abnormal, reddening, or scaling. It might be irritating.
Persistent pain. Pain, on the other hand, is not a good predictor of cancer since tumors may grow to be quite large without producing discomfort, but many benign breast conditions are highly painful.
Swelling, thickening, or hardening "If you detect anything out of the ordinary in terms of form or fullness in your breasts, that may be an indication for breast cancer.
Microcalcifications. These calcium deposit clusters in the breast tissue can only be noticed on a mammography. They may or may not signal a concern, but when each calcification is less than 0.5 millimeters, varies in size and form, and clusters in one of the specified patterns in the breast, the calcifications signify probable malignancy and need additional testing.
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