I found a breast lump. Does that mean I have breast cancer?
Every person should know the symptoms and signs of breast cancer, and any time an abnormality is discovered, it should be investigated by a healthcare professional.
Most people who have breast cancer symptoms and signs will initially notice only one or two, and the presence of these symptoms and signs do not automatically mean that you have breast cancer.
By performing monthly breast self-exams, you will be able to more easily identify any changes in your breast. Be sure to talk to your healthcare professional if you notice anything unusual.
- A change in how the breast or nipple feels
- A change in the breast or nipple appearance
- Any nipple discharge—particularly clear discharge or bloody discharge