1. Lumps in The Breast Itself or Near the Armpit
This is one of the first symptoms of breast cancer. The lump may vary in size or cause little to no pain – do not take this lightly! You need to schedule an immediate professional examination.
2. Irritation or Dimpling of the Breast Skin
The skin surrounding the breast may be red, itchy, or have dimpling. Peeling or flaking of the skin around the nipple or breast may also develop.
3. Nipple Discharge
There may be nipple discharge, which may include blood.
4. Pain in or Around the Breast Tissue
Prolonged pain or soreness that does not change with your menstrual cycle, may indicate breast cancer.
5. Changes in The Size and Shape of the Breast
An observed change in the structure of the breast. This may be an alarming sign as well.