Women at some time in their lives feel a lump in their breast. In nine out of ten cases these lumps are harmless, but should be checked out by a doctor. Should the lump be found to be cancerous treatment can be undertaken
The recent appearance of a lump of any size in the breast should be checked out.
A firm, irregular lump.
Not freely mobile, seems stuck in one place.
Skin over it is dimpled and puckered.
A newly indrawn nipple, or any nipple changes occuring at the same time.
Swollen glands felt in armpit.
Pain in the region of the lump.
Bleeding from the nipple.
Do not delay. Be safe not sorry.