Breast cancer symptoms:
- A new thickening or lump in the breast or in the underarm area.
- An asymmetrical change in the shape or size of the breasts.
- Dimpling or puckering in the skin of breast.
- Nipple Retraction.
- An abnormal nipple discharge, especially a bloody discharge.
- A red, scaly or swollen skin on the breast, nipple, or areola-Multiple small dimples on the breast skin which make it appear like an orange peel.
If any of the above symptoms are present, further investigations may be required.
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