4. Nipple Discharge
Nipple discharge is also considered a prevalently occurring nipple abnormality that refers to any other discharge that isn’t breast milk.
However, in most cases, nipple discharge is not regarded as a sign of cancer, but it is still essential that you consult your doctor as soon as you experience a discharge without having touched or squeezed your nipple.
If the discharge is affected just one side, or if there is blood, it is indication of something serious.
With a little more awareness of all the other symptoms, we can bring a massive shift in the awareness campaign for breast cancer, so women worldwide can inspect their breasts not only for lumps, but all the other common symptoms that indicate the presence of cancer.
Remember, if you notice any kind of change in your breasts, you must immediately have your doctor inspect and evaluate this change.
Consult your doctor to examine any unusual difference that makes your breasts appear unlike their usual appearance.