brea*st changes occur and differ from a lady/woman to the other.
Sometimes brea*st changes are usually nothing to worry about but in some cases they may be signs of a serious underlying health and with brea*st the commonest remain brea*st cancer! brea*st cancer can be deadly when not caught/detected and treated at an early stage making chances of survival low.
Before the brea*st become cancerous there are warning signs (these can differ from a person to the other) that indicate there might be an issue most times and usually when these signs are ignored they lead to serious issues, in this case brea*st cancer which can be deadly if not treated early.
The warning signs of cancer of the brea*st are not the same for all women though the most common signs are changes in the look or feel of the brea*st, a change in the look or feel of the nipple and nipple discharge and so on.
To pay extra care, it’s best to always carry out a self brea*st examination and check with a practitioner often. However if these changes occur, they shouldn’t be discarded:
1. Abnormal lumps or hard knot or thickening around the underarm or (inside) the brea*st that feel noticeably different from the other area.
2. Sudden bloody or white nipple discharge (a milky discharge may not necessarily be a sign of anything serious) on only one of the brea*st.
3. Pain that won’t desist -usually around a particular area- of the brea*st.
4. Dimpling of the skin around the brea*st area
5. Sore, unusual inverted and itchy patches on the nipples areas
6. Changes in brea*st size
7. Swelling, darkening and somewhat
on and around the brea*st