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Avatar n tn t recieved my period since september 2008, and its now april 2009. i have a large lump right under my nipple and i think i just found another lump under my breast that is small but kinda sore. i was told that i am slightly amnemic, but i've been trying to be as healthy as possible... im just really worried and i want to know whats going on with me.. does anyone have any ideas or advice?
Avatar f tn It is common for many young women to have a breast lesion similar to the one you describe. In medical parlance, it is called a fibroadenoma. It is sometimes called a "breast mouse" because of its mobility. Please dont worry about it. However, this should be a good opportunity for you to learn about breast health. Please surf the internet to access sites that describe the correct way to perform a breast self examination. Perform this every month.
Avatar n tn Lumps that do not hurt when you press down on them, and are in and around the lobules/stroma of the breast are cancer lumps. Breast cancer occurs in the lymph system. Certain moles also indicate cancer. Melanoma with asymmetrical and uneven flat edges are cancer moles. Melanoma with symmetrical, even edges are noncancerous moles. Here is a link for cancerous moles. (
Avatar n tn If you find changes or something unusual in one of your breasts, it’s important to see a health care provider as soon as possible. But keep in mind that most breast changes are not cancer. The best way is to consult a best doctor near to you.
Avatar f tn I just recently found out that enlarged pores is a symptom of breast cancer. I have a small history of cancer in my family. My grandmother had breast cancer 20 or so years ago. And my grandfather just recently passed away due to terminal cancer. I just would like to know if it's serious or I'm just blowing it our of proportions again. I plan to ask my doctor about it the next time I see him, but an answer on the site would really help:) thanks!
Avatar n tn Dear dmw13, Over the internet without being able to evaluate the scan, physical exam and question it is difficult to advise or to explain your doctors concern specifically for breast cancer. Lymph nodes can be enlarged for a number of reasons including cancer, and having this further evaluated is appropriate.
Avatar n tn Dear graydi, Having had a prior history of breast cancer increases the risk for development of future breast cancers. Whether a new cancer is a recurrence or a new primary cancer might be difficult to distinguish. Comparison of the location of the cancers, as well as pathologic features of the biopsy might shed light on the situation.