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Can a breast swelling/lump always cancer?
No, a lump is not always cancer. Infections such as benign conditions (ie non-cancerous conditions) such as ulcers, fibroadenomas, and an abscess can also present as lumps. Occasionally, major normal breast tissue may also feel a little y lumpy.
When I do a self-exam on my breasts I feel lumps everywhere – what’s normal?
It is very important for women to have their breasts checked regularly, as no one knows their breasts better than themselves. The more you examine your breasts, the more you will know them. However, the advice is that if you are concerned about your breasts, you should see a doctor who can examine you and give advice.
What changes should I look for when I examine my breasts?
Your examination should including looking as well as feeling your breasts. Things to look out for include:
- Lumps or thickening that feels different from the rest of the breast
- Any change in the shape of the breast
- Skin changes such as redness or rash around the breast or nipple
- Skin dimpling/puckering
- Nipple pulling inwards (inversion)
- Liquid or bloody nipple discharge that occurs without squeezing. You may notice this on your undergarments
- If you notice any of these, then you should see a surgeon
How is a breast lump evaluated?
The initial assessment is a thorough clinical examination performed by the surgeon. Subsequently, if indicated, you will be referred to the radiology department for further diagnostic tests.
The recommended scan can be either an ultrasound scan, a mammogram, or both. It depends on your age and the situation that is with you. A biopsy/needle test will be performed after viewing the imaging report.
What if the lump is not cancer?
Benign (non-cancer) breast lumps are treated based on their nature. Areas of fibrocystic changes that can ‘present as lumps’ can be left alone, benign lumps such as fibroadenomas are usually surgically stimulated when they grow up.
What happens if the lump is cancer?
Treatment of breast cancer involves several methods, including surgery, as well as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and endocrine therapy (ie tablets). The treatment recommended for you will be tailored according to cancer you have done. Some people may require all of the above treatments; Others may require only one or two treatments.
Two types of surgery are performed, a lumpectomy (breast preservation surgery) or a mastectomy. The type of surgery recommended in relation to breast size will be on the size of the lump.