Lump In The Left Breast And Under The Chin?
good afternoon, I’m a 15th grade teenage girl in 15 years old. 7 months ago after I finished bathing, I accidentally touched my left breast and found that there was a lump that was round in shape about the size of a marble, but was a little higher, easy to move and didn’t feel painful when held. at first I just ignored it because I thought it was part of my breast. but just before menstruation / menstruation / after menstruation I feel a little pain in my left breast and my nipples feel itchy. then one day I watched a video about a benign fam tumor and I looked for it about the fam tumor after I found out I felt the symptoms of the fam tumor were exactly what I was experiencing. until now if I check the lumps did not grow big or shrink, but the size of the initial size. but lately I find my left armpit sometimes feels a little pain but after I check there are no lumps in my left armpit. trs just this morning I found a small lump under my chin, lumps are not visible when not touched and when touched it does not feel sick. even when I swallow food and drink it also doesn’t feel anything, but my chin from me feels painful when pressed. does all this have to do with the lump in my left breast and is it true that what happened to my left breast is a fam tumor? then what should I do?
Hello Syifa, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Lumps in the breast are not only FAM, but can be caused by various kinds. Here are some possibilities:
-Lipoma. That is a lump of fat that grows under the skin. Is a benign and harmless tumor. Usually this fat lump can occur in any part of the body and can be more than one / in large quantities. Generally, these lipoma lumps do not hurt and do not interfere with activity.
- Intraductal papilloma. Is a benign tumor in the breast and generally in women aged 35-55 years.
-Fibroadenoma. Is a benign tumor in the breast and generally in young women (20-30 years)
- and others..
To ensure these lumps, then you should do a direct examination with a doctor. The doctor will then conduct a brief interview, physical examination and additional examinations (supporting examinations) if needed.
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Thank you, I hope this helps ...