Breast cancer is a prevalent cancer type that affects many women. Various factors such as family history and other unavoidable factors may lead to the development of breast cancer. While lumps or swellings in the breast can occur due to many reasons, including hormonal fluctuations and cysts, it is essential to be vigilant about breast cancer symptoms.
In this article, we will discuss how breast cancer swellings feel like when touched, based on a publication by Healthline. It is important to learn about the characteristics of breast cancer swellings to help with early detection and treatment.
According to healthline Breast cancer swellings caused by cancer often feel like soft, tender, and rounded clumps inside the breasts. These lumps can occur anywhere in the breast area. If you notice unusual bumps or swellings in your breasts that are lumpy, rounded, and tender, it is essential to get checked immediately.
While some swellings in the breasts may be due to mild conditions, it is crucial to identify the root cause of the lumps or swellings to rule out the possibility of breast cancer. Early detection of breast cancer can significantly increase a woman's chances of survival and overcoming the disease.
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