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A malignant tumor that develops from breast cells is called breast cancer. It originates in the inner lining of the milk lobules and can spread to other parts of the body. Risk factors such as drinking alcohol, ionizing radiation, obesity, hormone replacement therapy at the time of menstruation can cause breast cancer. It is essential for everyone to be aware of the symptoms of breast cancer. If you experience any of them or discover an abnormality, you should report to a healthcare professional. Keep reading to learn more about some of the possible warning signs of breast cancer.

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1. Appearance Of A Lump In Breast

In the initial stages of breast cancer, tumors are tiny. That is the typical reason why doctors advise mammograms to detect the early signs of breast cancer. However, as you gradually reach stage four, you will feel a lump in or near the breast. In some cases, it may be under the armpits. Feeling a lump is one of the most common first signs of cancerous changes. The bump can be a painless, hard mass with irregular edges that is tender to touch. It may be immovable and feel like being attached to the chest wall. You should report any new lump you are suspicious about to your medical provider.

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