Most breast lumps are noncancerous, which means they are benign. You might be surprised to find a breast lump, but it’s important to remember that it may not affect your long-term health.
However, a breast lump can be a sign of cancer. It is necessary for a checkup for any unusual changes in breast area. It’s wise to always seek a medical evaluation of any lumps or swelling you discover on your breasts.
Although breasts Although breasts are commonly associated with women, breast tissue is present in both men and women. Your hormones affect this tissue. Hormonal changes can cause lumps to form and, in some cases, to naturally disappear.
(Nipple Discharge) Liquid leaking from your nipple is not a serious symptoms for any signs of breast cancer. It is natural nipple to discharge when it is squeezed. Signs of a more serious condition (such as breast cancer) include discharge that:
- Occurs without squeezing the nipple
- Occurs in one of the breats.
- Is red in color
Nipple discharge can also be caused by an infection or other condition that needs treatment.
If you have any nipple discharge, see a health care provider.
Other changes in the breasts
You may see or feel other changes in your breasts.
- Lumps & Knots can develop inside the breast or underarm area
- Swelling, warmth, redness or darkening of the breast
- Change may occur in the size or shape of the breast
- Itchy, scaly sore or rash on the nipple
- Pulling in of the nipple or other parts of the breast
- Discharge from Nipple.
- New pain in one spot that doesn’t go away