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Small Lump In Between Breasts
Xiphoid?: Kind of hard to tell without a look, but the sternum and xiphoid bones are between your breasts. Sometimes there can be a little bony prominence that hurts if you push on it. ...Read more
Get checked: A lump or mass of the breast should be evaluated by a healthcare professional such as a doctor. Please have yourself checked soon! All the best! ...Read more
I noticed I have a inner small lump between my breast doesn't hurt unless I push down is a bit uncomfortable could it be an ingrown pimple?
I'm only 19 but I have a small hard painful lump between my breasts and it's has been there for several months now. Should I see my doctor?
It may: Be nothing serious but it should be evaluated by a health practitioner ...Read more
See your physician: So that it can be medically evaluated. Take care. ...Read more
At the back of my breasts I feel lots of small lumps in both breasts. Is this normal to be there or do I need to be checked out?
Fibrocystic br dz: Fibrocystic breast dz is a benign condition and very common in young heatlhy breasts. Have your dr. Do an exam and explain what is normal, so you know what you are feeling is indeed normal for you. ...Read more
Noticed small lumps on my areola's (breasts). I think they're Montgomery Tubercles. Should I be worried? Will the lumps disappear, and if so how long?
Montgomery Tubercles: Hi, as you mentioned yourself the bumps could be Montgomery Tubercles which become when stimulated and with hormonal changes. ...Read more
Please schedule an: Evaluation with your physician. This warrants assessment. Take care. ...Read more
Could be time to...: See one's primary care doctor this week or next week. If needed, the doctor can refer to Radiology to do imaging studies of the breasts, and/or refer to other specialists in breast problems. All lumps in breasts have to be diagnosed, to make sure they are either ok or not ok. ...Read more
In person medical: Evaluation would be the most prudent course of action. ...Read more
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Was rather obsessively checking my breasts & armpits for lumps - now I can feel what I think is a small lymph node. Could I have caused it to enlarge?
Do not check it more often than once in two weeks. If it doubles in size or other lymph nodes get larger, see doctor.
For good health - If the result is negative repeat the test 4-5 days later unless you get a period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully.
If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Need an Exam: What you are describing could be fatty tumors (lipomas), normal fat just below the skin, breast tissue, or even breast lumps. It's impossible to know based on your description alone. We are a "hands-on" profession...Please make an appointment with your primary care doctor just to be sure. ...Read more
See your doctor: It is very important to see your doctor right away. He will be able to diagnosis what it is and recommend treatment. ...Read more
I'm 18 & I just found a small lump on my breast. It doesn't hurt, but it's hard and round. What is it?
Can't be certain: While it is probably nothing serious you should definitely have it looked at, although you can safely wait through a period to see if it goes away. A cyst or a fibroadenoma are most likely, but cancers occasionally are found even in young women. ...Read more
My daughters breast is sore and has a small hard lump she's only 8. What could this be? Should I worry?
Normal tissue: Thelarche is the term used for the emergence of breast tissue in the beginning stages of puberty. A spongy bit of true breast tissue is located directly under the nipple on one or both sides. It can be tender to touch & one side may emerge weeks before the other. Your pcp can confirm this process, I HAV at least 3-5 /yr come to my office for the same question. ...Read more
My right breast is larger than my left and contains a small hard lump. Is there anything I should be worried about?
I had a pain in my right breast And felt a small lump last month. Pain is gone and I can't feel lump anymore. Should I be worried
No cancer: Pain in the breast is rarely associated with cancer. It usually is a reflection of fibrocystic disease. When hormones no longer act of the breast tissue, they switch to the milk ducts which causes partial closure of the terminal breast ducts tissue. As such fluid builds up in the duct producing a tender inflammatory milk duct cyst. At the end of hormone stimulation the cysts and pain regress. ...Read more
I've been thinking that the lumps I've been feeling were just my rib cage or natural lumpiness of my small breasts, what could it be?
Can't tell online:
Without knowing more about where these lumps are, what they feel like, if they have changed or grown, if they're tender, what they look like, the shape, AND without examining you, it is impossible to say what these might be.
There are lots of things that cause lumps, and almost all of them are NOT breast cancer. Please see a doctor for an exam! Good luck! ...Read more
I have few small lumps on my rib cage a couple inches below my breasts. They're soft and easily move around when I push them. Could this be cancer?
2 small lumps breast. 1 just under skin/1 deep inside. Lots of pain. Can't lay on side. Sharp pains out of nowhere. No history of bc in family. Scared?
Depends: This is difficult to answer in this forum. You really need to be evaluated by your physician. Is the lump on the skin or in the breast tissue? Is there pain? These area few questions that should be answered. Most lumps in the breast are benign but you should get checked out. ...Read more
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