Breast lumps are a common condition and have a number of different causes. While most lumps are not breast cancer, any unusual changes to the breasts should be checked by a GP as soon as possible.
Here is a guide that you can refer while checking for any changes in your breasts.
NHS Choices lays down different kinds of breast lumps and their symptoms. They are:
A benign (non-cancerous) breast lump and breast pain can be caused by several different conditions.
These include the following:
Hormonal changes are the most common cause of benign breast lumps. Hormones are chemicals produced by the body and have a wide range of effects. Sometimes changes in the levels of hormones in your body can cause your breasts to feel lumpy or swollen.
Hormonal changes can occur:
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