The symptoms of a disease, are any abnormal manifestation caused by this disease. The symptoms listed below do not necessarily mean breast cancer. But if this is the case, it is important to detect it as soon as possible. It is therefore advisable to seek medical advice as soon as an anomaly is spotted. Do not wait and neglect any unusual signs.
A lump in a breast.
A lump or lump in a breast is the sign of most commonly observed breast cancer. This mass, usually non-painful, is most often of hard consistency and has irregular outlines. It also appears as “fixed” in the breast.A lump or lump in a breast is the sign of most commonly observed breast cancer. This mass, usually non-painful, is most often of hard consistency and has irregular outlines. It also appears as “fixed” in the breast.
Hard ganglia at the armpit (under the arm)
One or more hard weights in the armpit sometimes mean that breast cancer has spread to the axillary lymph nodes. The lymph nodes remain however painless.
Changes in the skin of the breast and nipple.
- A modification of the skin: retraction, redness, edema or appearance of orange skin;
- A modification of the nipple or areola (area surrounding the nipple): retraction, color change, seepage or flow;
- Changes in the shape of your breasts.
A change in the size or shape of the breast.
redness, edema and high breast heat can be a sign of inflammatory breast cancer.
If the cancer is not diagnosed at the onset of the first symptoms, the tumor can grow and spread to other parts of the body, resulting in other so-called later symptoms, such as:
- Bone pain
- Nausea, loss of appetite, weight loss and jaundice;
- Shortness of breath, cough and fluid accumulation around the lungs;
- Headaches, double vision and muscle weakness.