Is The First Sign Of Breast Cancer Always A Lump?
A lump is only one of several possible symptoms of breast cancer and not everyone with breast cancer has a noticeable lump.
It is important to look at and feel your breasts regularly so you know what is normal for you, and to tell your doctor as soon as possible if you notice any changes.
Most breast changes are likely to be normal or due to a benign (not cancer) breast condition, but it is still important to get them checked.
Pay attention if you found an inverted nipple or nipples discharge, swelling in the armpit or the collarbone, a change in the skin texture such as puckering or dimpling ( like orange peel).