I'm 24 years can I get breast cancer?

Yes you can. Though uncommon, young women (and men) can develop breast cancer. It is more common with certain family histories of breast cancer, and there are genetic-related breast cancers. See your md for a breast exam, and ask how to do them yourself. Do once a month a week after your period. If you have a lump now, have it checked out. Many benign lumps exist, but you don't want to miss an early cancer!
Yes, but it's rare . If you have a strong family history of it, or if you have found a breast lump, you should seek medical advice, because early stages may be curable.
Yes. . You should speak to your doctor about risk factors including family history and genetic screening as well as have regular breast exams.
Rarely. Most breast cancers occur after age 40, but rarely a young woman can get breast cancer. See a doctor for an examination.

Related Questions

Please tell me, could a 17 years old boy get breast cancer?

Almost never. It is rare for men to get breast cancer. It is even more rare for a 17-year-old boy to get breast cancer. Boys of this age often get lumps in their breast tissue. It's a normal effect from the hormones being released at puberty. This is common, and it's also common for boys and their parents to worry they have breast cancer. I hope you can relax now! Read more...

Should I get the brac 1-2 test? I'm 55. My mom was 48 when she first was diagnosed with breast cancer that was 32 years ago.

Maybe. If your mother is still alive (i realize she would be 80), she would be a candidate for testing if there is more family history of cancer, if the family history is unknown, or if she was triple negative (which you could not have been known 32 years ago). If she is no longer with you, i'd advise you gather all the family history you can (positive or not) and visit a specialist in inherited cancer. Read more...
See a counselor. You should speak with a genetic counselor to assess your risk. Read more...

Am 32 taking combined pills since18months is there risk of breast cancer How many years can I take them safe I have disabled infant cant get pregnant?

What is a combined. pill? Please specify, and resubmit, with further information. You may submit separate questions--one with regard to your infant--has anyone tried to determine the cause of the disability? Another about how long have you been trying to get pregnant? (not a concern if less than 12 months). Please explain why you are concerned about cancer? family history? Read more...

I have fibrocystic breasts and I only get mammograms and ultrasounds every 2 years. Is this enough? I am 34 with no family history of breast cancer.

More than enough. There is controversy about mammography and some doubt that routine mammography reduces breast cancer mortality. What you are doing is more than recommended by preventive services task force. You may consult this site for more info: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/712473. Read more...

Could my immune system still be compromised 2 years after chemo and radiation for stage 1 breast cancer? I seem to get sick a lot now.

Possible. Talking about immune suppression is difficult because there are so many different mechanisms that can become impaired. Would go back to your oncologist and discuss your concerns. There are a variety of tests which can be done. Read more...
Not likely. Your immune system should have recovered in this interval. It is appropriate to have an evaluation by your physician to see what may be contributing to your problem of frequent illness. Read more...
See you doc. It is possible. You should discuss your concerns with your treating oncologist. Read more...