Do you know that, breast cancer is one of the most common cancer found in women all across the world? Hence, it is necessary that you should be aware of all the signs of breast cancer that you must look out for.

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the type of cancer, which grows in the breast of women as well as men, but is majorly found in women. Proper awareness and timely diagnosis has noticeably decreased the number of deaths occurred due to breast cancer.

Signs Of Breast Cancer  

Listed down below are the signs of breast cancer that you must know about,

1.     Texture Of Skin Changes

Change in the skin texture is the earliest sign of skin cancer. The breast cancer causes inflammation in skin cells, which leads to itching and finally change in texture.

2.    Discharge From Nipple

An individual may notice some thin or thick discharge from the nipples, which can vary in color. Although most of the nipple discharges are noncancerous in nature, it may indicate breast cancer in some individuals.

3.    Skin Dimpling

Dimpling of the skin is a sign of inflammatory breast cancer, which is the most aggressive type of breast caner. Inflammation of breast cells causes lymph buildup in the breast that leads to swelling in breast. It makes the skin to appear pitted or dimpled.

4.    Changes In Lymph Node

A person may observe swelling in the lymph nodes in the armpit and collarbone region. The swollen lymph nodes are small yet firm to touch and tender to touch.

5.    Pain In Breast

Breast leads to tenderness in breasts, which is painful to feel. Most of the times, breast cancer is painless in nature but any signs indicated by the body should not be ignored.

6.    Retraction Of Nipples

The changes in the breast cells caused by breast cancer, may lead to retraction or even inversion of nipples. However in some individuals nipples may change during menstrual cycle or premenopausal period. But any changes that occur in breast should be brought into notice of the doctor.

Do take note of all these signs of breast cancer and examine yourself periodically, as early diagnosis is the key to cure.