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What breast cancer symptoms should I see a doctor about?

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Many breast cancer symptoms can also be symptoms of something else. Your doctor can tell for sure. If you have any of these, make an appointment:

�A breast or armpit lump

�Thickening of breast skin or tissue throughout your period

�A change in breast size, shape, or contour

�Clear or bloody fluid from the nipple

�A change in the skin on your breast or nipple

�Breast or nipple redness

�An area on your breast that�s clearly different from any other

�A hard, marble-like area under the skin

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The American Cancer Society.

Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on March 04, 2018

SOURCE: 

The American Cancer Society.

Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on March 04, 2018

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