If a teenager has a lump in each breast does that mean she has breast cancer?
In answer to this question, no, it doesn't necessarily mean a teenager has breast cancer if she/he has a lump in each breast! You don't have to have a lump to have breast cancer. If there is a lump, it could be a cyst and for teens all breast examinations, feeling for changes and LOOKING for changes should be done after menstruation. If the lump remains after menstruation she/he should be seen by a doctor. There are many people who have fibrocystic breasts. To make sure this is a cyst, the doctor can perform a needle biopsy which is non-invasive.
I am 13 years old and recently found a lump behind each breast you are stil developing but can it be breast cancer?
Breast Cancer Lump A cancerous lump can be identified by its hardness and irregular margins and surface. Furthermore, a cancerous breast lump is immobile due to its fixity with the underlying structures. On the other hand a benign breast lump is soft with smooth margins and surface with at least some degree of mobility within the breast tissue. It is always advisable to see your doctor and get a mammograph whenever you notice a lump…
You are 17 and found a lump on your right breast it does not hurt but is prominent could you have breast cancer?
It is extremely uncommon for 17 year olds to get breast cancer. However, if the lump is a new development, you should see your doctor, but keep in mind that it is very unlikely to be breast cancer. I wouldn't worry at all my sister is 17 thought she felt a lump on her breast and just relised it was just a fatty lump lolz its probally the same with u
Iv'e had a lump in my left breast for a while and at times it hurts could this be a sign of breast cancer or a cyst?
If a girl plays paintball and she gets hit in the breast is it possible for her to get a lump or get breast cancer?
Breast Cancer can not get rid of. However, Breast Cancer can go away but come back soon. Symptoms of Breast Cancer would be pain, weight loss, breast pain, breast lump, and nipple discharge. If you have Breast Cancer or symptoms, visit your local doctor. Go to http://www.healthline.com/ to find out more information about Breast Cancer. You can also look up American Cancer Society for more help.
An adult pancreas will routinely have non-malignant cysts on radiographic examination. To be linked to a a lump in breast tissue is unlikely unless one or both conditions are highly advanced, and the cancer had become invasive and crossed the diaphragm. It is unlikely that a cancer reaches Stage IV like this without prior detection.