Early Symptoms

Painless breast lump/ Lump in the axilla.

Most breast lumps aren’t cancer, but a doctor should always check them when its there. Let your Oncologist know about these changes, too: Skin dimpling or puckering Nipples that turn inward Nipple discharge Redness or scaling of your nipple or breast skin To look for the cause of your symptoms, your Oncologist will do a physical exam and ask you questions about your medical history. You may also have tests like a mammogram or a biopsy, when doctors remove a tiny piece of tissue for testing.