Contact your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms, but keep in mind that many breast lumps are not cancerous, but rather benign.
- A painless lump or mass in or near the breast
- A change in breast size or firmness
- Breast skin changes such as dimpling, a sore, nipple itching, burning, rash, turning inward or discharge
- A warm area in the breast
- Swelling under the armpit or of the arm
- Bone pain