Breast lump under nipple in 14 yr old male, could I have breast cancer?

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Unlikely. ..But not impossible. Furthermore, it could be something else of importance so i suggest it gets checked. Best to y'all.
Doubt it. Pubertal gynecomastia can effect the majority of males as the begin their pubertal transition. A lump on one or both sides & some pain with touch is common. Most are minimal and last 6m to a year, but occasional longer episodes do occur (1-3yr) spongy glandular tissue directly under the nipple defines the process. You can have your doc confirm the issue.

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