1. Lumps on the breasts:
If you touch a knot or lump that moves under your skin, it probably is a cyst with fluid. If it’s a hard and firm bump, it can mean it is a bigger issue than you should examine with your specialist.
2. Allergy on your nipples:
Red rashes or allergic reactions might be a notice of infections, and even cancer.
3. Wrinkled skin:
If the tissue around the breasts gradually contracts, it can demonstrate stopped up lymph nodes, which again can cause cancer.
4. A birthmark that changes shape or color:
Watch the asymmetry, the edges of the skin pigmentation are unpredictable, and the variety of shading and size. Report any progressions to your specialist.
These side effects do not always mean you have cancer, or that you’re even prone to have one. In any case, if you see one, inform your doctor. This is particularly valid if a side effect goes on for quite a while or deteriorates. Regardless of the possibility that it has nothing to do with cancer, the specialist can discover more about what’s going on and, if necessary, treat it.
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