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Breast Cancer Awareness: How do I check my breasts and What changes should I look and feel for?

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To check for symptoms of breast cancer: check for changes in size or shape, Changes in skin texture such as puckering or dimpling, Inverted nipple, A lump or thickening of breast tissue, Redness or a rash on the skin/around the nipple, Discharge from one or both nipples, Constant pain in breast or armpit and swelling in armpit/around collarbone.

How Do I Check My Breasts?

There’s no right or wrong way to check your breasts. Try to get used to looking at and feeling your breasts regularly. Remember to check all parts of your breast, your armpits and up to your collarbone.

What Changes Should I Look And Feel For?

Nobody knows your body like you do,so you’re the best person to notice any unusual changes.

  • Changes in size or shape.
  • Changes in skin texture such as puckering or dimpling.
  • Inverted nipple.
  • A lump or thickening of breast tissue.
  • Redness or a rash on the skin/around the nipple.
  • Discharge from one or both nipples.
  • Constant pain in breast or armpit.
  • Swelling in armpit/around collarbone.

How To Recognize Breast Cancer Symptoms – Video

Also Read:   Breast Self-Examination: Why, When and How to Do It?

For free, confidential support and information visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.