Breast cancer symptoms vary from person to person. Some people have no signs or symptoms.

Some warning signs of breast cancer include:

A new lump in the breast or armpit (armpit).
Breast enlargement or swelling.
Irritation and dimpling of the skin of the breast.
Redness and flaking of the skin on the nipple or breast area.
Nipple pulling or nipple pain.
Discharge from nipples other than breast milk, including blood.
Any change in breast size or shape.
Pain in any part of the breast.
Keep in mind that these symptoms can occur with other diseases that are not cancer.

If you have any worrying symptoms, you should see your doctor right away.

What is a normal breast?
No breast is normal. What is normal for you may not be normal for another woman. Most women report that their breasts are lumpy and uneven. Menstruation, childbirth, weight loss or gain, and certain medications can affect the look and feel of your breasts. Breasts change with age. For more information, see the National Cancer Institute’s Breast Changes and Conditions.

What does a lump in my breast mean?
Many conditions can cause breast cancer, including breast cancer. But most breast lumps are caused by other conditions. The two most common causes of breast lumps are breast fibrocysts and cysts. Fibrocystic conditions can cause noncancerous changes in the breast that cause lumps, tenderness, and pain in the breast. Cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that can form in the breast.

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