Are there any signs/symptoms for breast cancer?

Yes. A lump in the breast or under thr armpit is usually the irst sign. There may also be skin changes or nipple changes or discharge. However many cancers do not present with symptoms till a later stage, which is why mammography is recomended as a screening tool.
Painless mass. Can be a painless mass or most likely diagnosed on mammography.

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Signs/symptoms of breast cancer?

Lump. Not previously felt, inverted nipple, change in skin at nipple/areola, skin with appearance of orange skin, lump in the arm pit. Pain is not a common feature of breast cancer. First degree relative is a signal to be alert. Read more...
See below. Breast cancer may present as a painless firm breast lump. Rarely changes in color of the skin , sometimes nipple will get retracted or breast skin pulled inward. Best is to have yearly physical examination and mammogram after age 40 before these symptoms occur. Any breast lump, painful or not, should be examined by your doctor. Read more...

What are the signs or symptoms of breast cancer?

Varies. A lump in the breast, bloody nipple discharge, skin redness, skin dimpling, skin looking like an orange peel, or a lump in the arm pit. If it presents at a later stage, could be a new pain in a bone (back, ribs etc...) stroke-like symptoms, anorexia/weight loss, etc. Read more...
Breast cancer sx’s. can include a mass. Masses that are painless, irregular & hard are more suggestive of cancer but they can also be tender, painful & soft. Swelling of breast; thickened, red, skin; non-milky nipple discharge; new retraction of nipple, puckering or irritation of skin or pain & sometimes swollen lymph nodes under arm(s). Seek med eval if you have suspicious symptoms. Read more...

How can I tell if my symptoms are a sign of breast cancer?

What symptoms? No matter, no doctor on health tap can tell you if you have cancer or not without an exam. Go see your doc please. Read more...

What breast cancer symptoms and warning signs?

Breast Lump, etc. A new breast lump is the most common ca symptom and warrants physician evaluation. Less common symptoms include nipple discharge (especially clear or bloody, spontaneous, and from one nipple duct), skin dimpling/indentation, breast pain, and, rarely breast swelling and redness with or without a rash. Read more...
Variable. Many times- there is no symptom and breast cancer is diagosed through the abnormal mammogram. Symptom/sign can be presented with palpable lump on the breast, bloody nipple discharge, skin eruption around the nipple that does not go away and itch, skin thickness over the breast area. Frequently- lump/s can also present on the arm pit area. Any of these- please see your doctor immediately. Read more...
Most common symptom? The most common symptom of breast cancer is no symptoms at all. It is important to perform your screening mammography as prescribed by your physician. The best chance for a cure happens when breast cancer is detected at the earliest stages. Read more...

Is a breast symptom usually a sign for breast cancer?

Usually? no, but... Most breast issues are not breast cancer. When all diagnoses are considered, breast cancer is not that common. However, if you give weight to those diagnoses you worry about, breast cancer becomes more prominent. Much depends on the breast symptom, age, genetic history, time from last mammogram, and physical exam. Please ask your OB to examine this issue. Read more...
Depends. A symptom is what you the patient experience, a sign is what the physician finds. Some early breast cancers do not present with any symptoms (i.e. Calcification on a mammogram). A common symptom is a painless mass. You should be aware of any change or abnormality in your breast by performing self exams every month. Please contact your doctor is something feels different. Read more...

What are some typical signs and symptoms of breast cancer?

Breast lump. Common symptoms and signs include the presence of a lump, nipple discharge, nipple inversion, and/or dimpling of the skin. While cancers typically do not cause pain, a painful lump still must be considered a cancer until proven otherwise. Rare forms of cancer may look like a breast infection (redness and swelling of the breast) or a scaly rash on the nipple. Read more...
Depends.... While some women will feel a new lump or a new mass that has appeared in their breast. The majority of women have no symptoms and the cancer is detected by imaging only. It is very important to follow your doctor's recommendations regarding mammogram frequency. Early detection = better chance for a cure! Read more...

How to know if I have early signs/symptoms of breast cancer?

Get a Mammogram. The American Cancer Society (ACS) recommends getting a baseline mamogram by age 40. Please see your physician for a breast check and bilateral mammograms. Breast cancer is usually silent with no signs/symptoms. Some women do have a palpable lump which is often not painful. Any bloody nipple discharge or any lump should be further evaluted with imaging and by your physician. Read more...

What are the sure signs and symptoms of a breast cancer? On what age does it occur?

Dominant mass. If not found very early on mammography, a breast cancer usually announces itself as a painful mass in the breast. They are rare in women before age 30. A majority of breast lumps are benign but the lab usually needs to make the final call on tissue. They are much less common in men but do occur; a lump under one or both of a man's nipples is usually gynecomastia, which is benign. Read more...

In what ways are different signs and symptoms produced and displayed in breast cancer?

Don't assume. Don't assume that any persistent breast symptom is or is not related to breast cancer. If you experience a symptom, that lasts more than a month or two (1-2 menstrual cycles), seek medical attention. Best to be sure. Read more...
Many or none. Proper screening with self breast exams looking for new lumps, breast exams by your physician looking for skin or nipple chanes as well as masses or lymph nodes, and mammogram and ultrasound if needed are the best ways to pick up early stage breast cancer before it causes any symptoms. Once advanced it can cause many different symptoms throughout the body. Read more...