Dec 08, 2013 · Hi I was just wondering if anyone could help. I was checking by breasts yesterday and came across a small lump/bud under my nipple around the outside but it’s only there if I press down, it’s very small but it does hurt slightly when I prod it (I’m not sure if that’s because I keep prodding it to see if it’s still there) it’s making me very
[health-breast-map] Finding a lump in your breast may leave you in a cold sweat. But here’s a reassuring fact: It usually isn’t cancer. What could it be? We talked with two breast experts at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute to find out all about breast symptoms and tell you what to do about them.
Male Breast Anatomy. The male breast consists mostly of fat and fibrous tissue covered by skin. An interconnecting system of breast ducts with lining epithelial cells extends through this tissue to the nipple.
I have this small movable lump in my breast not very sore to the touch but can be iritating,I don’t k ow if it was just me but I felt as if it had grown a tiny bit.If I move it to much it has a tingle on my nipple,I am only 14 years old I just want to know if it’s nothing to worry about as I have my full thought on cancer bug my parents say
You do a breast self-exam and find a lump. Now what? If you notice any breast changes, you should call your doctor right away to get checked, but don’t panic. Most breast lumps are benign, which means they’re not cancerous. Benign breast lumps usually have smooth edges and can be moved slightly when
Question: I have a lump in my breast and I’m afraid it’s cancer. Should I be worried? Answer: Eight out of 10 lumps that women may feel in …
Notice: Revised breast cancer screening guidelines issued in November 2009. The discovery of a breast lump, whether by chance, a breast self-exam, or during a clinical breast exam, can be stressful for a woman.
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The nipple is a raised region of tissue on the surface of the breast from which milk leaves the breast through the lactiferous ducts. The milk can flow through the nipple passively or it can be ejected by smooth muscle contractions that occur along the ductal system.