A newly developed lump in the breast is the 6.most common sign of breast cancer, but other red flags include...
- Thickened, red skin in one breast.
- Any dimpling, puckering or retraction (small depression) of breast skin.
- Nipple scaling, flaking or ulceration.
- A newly inverted nipple.
- Spontaneous discharge from one nipple.
- A lump in the underarm.
- Persistent pain in one breast (this usually indicates a benign cyst, but it should be assessed).
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