Lump In The Left Breast, Precisely Above The Nipple?
Good evening, I am a woman of 22 years. in my family there is no history of having cancer, my diet is preserved but about exercise I rarely do it. like this about 1 month ago until now I feel a lump in my left breast, precisely above the nipple. when I touched it, the shape was hard, it was held slightly to move, it didn’t hurt / hurt, there was no skin change, and no secret / fluid came out. why is that ?? is it true that cancer?
Breast lumps may or may not be normal. Lumps in the breast that may be normal are enlarged mammary glands just before and during menstruation. Breast lumps may also be caused by:
enlarged lymph nodes around the breast area (fibrocystic breast) breast cyst fibroadenoma mamae / benign tumor in the breast mastitis, namely infection of the breast abscess in mamae ca mamae. further regarding the condition you are experiencing, so you can assess the type of lump, its location, size, surface, edge, pain or not, etc. It will also be suggested for further examination if needed such as mammography or mammary ultrasound. Some things you need to pay attention to:
keep a regular diet, get enough rest, regular exercise, maintain a healthy diet, avoid eating fatty foods and junk food, the following articles that you can read breast lumps, FAM, ca mamae, hopefully this is useful, thank you