8 warning signs of Breast Cancer

8 warning signs of Breast Cancer

In the US most breast cancer symptoms are found at an early stage by using regular mammography screening. A mammography is a tool that uses X-rays to create images of the breast which we called mammograms. The tool is very effective to find breast cancer in most women.

But not all breast cancers are found through it. Sometimes it is also used as a follow-up test when there are something abnormal found in mammogram images and a follow-up test instead of screening is called a diagnostic mammogram.

In the past images of mammograms were stored on a film called film mammography, images are usually stored in a computer called digital mammography. This change helped a radiologist to read mammograms easily and help in sharing easily with other radiologists.

It is found that the warning signs are not the same for all women with breast cancer. Some common symptoms are a change in the look or feel of the breast and a change in the look or feel of the nipple.

The following are the major 8 signs of breast cancer:

  • Thickening or lump inside the breast or underarm area.
  • Change in the shape and size of the breast.
  • Scaly sore, Itchy, or rash on the nipple.
  • Nipple discharge that starts suddenly.
  • Redness, warmth, swelling, or darkening.
  • Skin dimpling or puckering.
  • Pulling in your breast or nipple.
  • New pain in only one spot that doesn’t go away.

In most cases, the changes are not cancer because breast pain is more common with benign breast conditions rather than breast cancer. The only way to know the truth is to see a provider; it is always advisable to find it at an early stage because the chances of survival in starting are the highest. If you want to learn more please contact us.

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