Are there any symptoms for male breast cancer?

Lump. A generally non-tender unilateral persistent and/or enlarging lump particularly one not necessarily centered beneath the nipple complex. If you're uncertain and/or concerned, seek an evaluation from your provider.
Yes! A lump. Male breast cancer is rare and occurs in older men (over 60.) the symptom is usually a hard, painless lump. Men with a family history of male breast cancer, or many close female relatives with breast or ovarian cancer, or a known family history of a brca mutation are at highest risk.