6 doctors weighed in:
What does a breastcancer lump look and feel like if you are trying to examine yourself?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Ly Phan
Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Lump =doc visit
Any lump that you feel and not comfortable with equal a visit to doctor office.
Howevet, cancerous lump tend to be more irregular. Somewhat fix or tether down.

In brief: Lump =doc visit
Any lump that you feel and not comfortable with equal a visit to doctor office.
Howevet, cancerous lump tend to be more irregular. Somewhat fix or tether down.
Dr. Ly Phan
Dr. Ly Phan
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Dr. Sean Canale
Breast Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Variable
Anythng hat draws your attention and resists is worth evaluating.
If you're concerned then your doctor should be. The goal of breast self exam is not to have patients diagnose cancer but to become aware and familiar with their oldies/breasts in order to be able to first detect a change and then seek out professional attention.

In brief: Variable
Anythng hat draws your attention and resists is worth evaluating.
If you're concerned then your doctor should be. The goal of breast self exam is not to have patients diagnose cancer but to become aware and familiar with their oldies/breasts in order to be able to first detect a change and then seek out professional attention.
Dr. Sean Canale
Dr. Sean Canale
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Dr. Frederick Coville
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Hard
A lump in your breast will feel harder and firmer than the surrounding breast.
It might feel smooth like an olive or rough, but it will feel a bit different from the normal feel of your breasts. See your doctor so that they can teach you how to examine your breasts properly.

In brief: Hard
A lump in your breast will feel harder and firmer than the surrounding breast.
It might feel smooth like an olive or rough, but it will feel a bit different from the normal feel of your breasts. See your doctor so that they can teach you how to examine your breasts properly.
Dr. Frederick Coville
Dr. Frederick Coville
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