what is the danger in finding a lump in your breast. does it really mean you have cancer?
No, but it does mean that you need to get it check out SOON. Even if it is cancer the sooner you have it looked at and the better your chances of a complete recovery without it spreading. Best of luck!
Most breast lumps are not cancerous, but definitely get it checked out as soon as possible.
Had a lump, had it checked; it was nothing. You are not alone, I bet many of us have gone through this. Let us know what the doc says! and take care, T.
Thanks Teresa Mcgurk and Uninvited writer, i had it removed today and the doctor said i should check back on Monday for the result.Thanks again
by Alota 8 years ago
On Friday night my friends and I were having a laugh as they read my latest Hub "Love in the Gym" when one of my friends said that she had found a lump in one of her breasts last week, she has now to go for tests but she is afraid, do women here have regular checks, my friend is only 25...
by megs78 9 years ago
Someone close to me has a lump just below his sternum. It is a strange lump, hard, unmoving and a little bigger than marble-size. He has had it for some time now...months i think, but now realizes he should see a doctor. Does anyone have any idea of what it may be?
by Cathy shumila 7 years ago
signs of breast cancerdoes early dectatement help?
by nikki1 8 years ago
Hello.. October is National Breast cancer awareness month..please join this..http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org.. lets save a life please. Whose with me.
by ngureco 8 years ago
If You Playfully Touched Your Wife’s Breast and Felt a Lump, What Would You Do?
by Judi Brown 2 years ago
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