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Breast is an organ that goes through numerous changes starting from puberty, to monthly menstrual cycle, during pregnancy, and even while undergoing menopause period. Most of the changes that occur in your breast during these periods are very normal and should not cause much concern. However, there are changes that may call for medical attention. For example, if you develop a major painful lump in breast, it may cause discomfort that may need you to involve your doctor. Lumps that form in breast may come in many forms such as cysts, adenomas, and even papillomas.
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Breast Cancer Signs and Symptoms

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Breast lumps - Mayo Clinic

An important way to keep up with your breast health is to be aware of how your breasts normally look and feel, and know what changes to look for. Finding breast cancer as early as possible gives you a better chance of successful treatment. A lump or mass in the breast is the most common symptom of breast cancer. Such lumps are often hard and painless, though some may be painful. Not all lumps are cancer, though. There are a number of benign breast conditions like cysts that can also cause lumps.
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Breast cancer

There are different types of breast lumps. The following descriptions and illustraitons provides some details. If you have any questions, follow-up with your doctor. Not all tumors are malignant cancerous. Following are examples of the most common benign breast conditions which produce lumps.
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The doctor conducts some tests—which may include a breast exam, mammogram, ultrasound, biopsy, or a combination—and determines the lump is cancerous. Of course, an earlier diagnosis results in earlier treatment, which typically tends to work best, says Joseph Weber, MD , a breast surgical oncologist at Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee. In the new study, 83 percent of the women who had breast cancer symptoms and were diagnosed found a lump first.
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