Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer
Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer are varied and diverse. Detecting Breast Cancer can start by physical examination by you or your doctor of any lump noticed. This lump is said to be painless and hard and in the underarm. A mammogram is recommended for clear analysis. A mammogram which is an x-ray of the breast that would most likely see an abnormal area.
Many signs may not be peculiar to cancer but run through all other diseases. These symptoms however
are some of the general symptoms.
One of the cancer signs is weight loss that is not explainable. Night sweats and fevers accompany this
unusual weight loss. Again, it could be just because of normal causes but generally this is a sign.
Back pain, pelvic pain, bloating, or indigestion may be early symptoms with some cancers, such as bone
cancers or testicular cancer. Most often, however, pain is a symptom of advanced disease.
Cancer of the skin can produce visible skin signs such as darkening hyper-pigmentation, yellowing,
reddening, generally skin color changes.
According to the American Cancer Society, the most common sign of breast cancer is a new lump or mass. It's however not okay to conclude anything but its important to first check with your doctor.
Signs and symptoms of breast cancer may include the following:
- Swelling of or all part of the breast
- A lump in the underarm area
- Skin irritation or dimpling on your breat
- Breast pain
- Nipple pain or the nipple turning inward
- Thickening, scaliness or redness of the nipple or breast skin
- A nipple discharge other than breast milk
Recommended action include:-
- Consulting your doctor to verify the signs or symptoms of breast cancer
- Undertaking a Mammogram to
- Undertake a Clinical Breast Exam
- Undertake an MRI
Here at Prayer for Cancer Patients, we pray that God will touch every one of those signs and symptoms of cancer and remove them and totally heal you in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.
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