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Breasts capture the duality of womanhood. They can be objects of desire and nourishment for children. Yet, every bump and lump evokes a scare.

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Breast cancer is cancer in the breast cells. It can stay local to the breast tissue or travel (metastasize) to other parts of your body. It needs to be treated as soon as possible—typically with a combination of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.
Do you have breast pain before your period? After menopause? Learn about the hormonal, structural and cancerous causes of breast pain on the right or left side.breast
Understand your breast lump symptoms, including 7 causes, common questions and must knows.breast
A breast abscess is a collection of infected fluid, or pus, within the breast that is generally painful. Other symptoms of a breast abscess include fever, chills, fatigue, and body aches. Treatment for a breast abscess involves antibiotics or a procedure to drain the fluid.
Swollen breasts can be an alarming experience but there are plenty of normal reasons for your breasts to swell. Menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause are some of the natural causes that women experience.
A fibroadenoma is a benign (non-cancerous) breast tumor from overgrown cells forming a mass. It is the most common kind of breast tumor in young women.

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Breast Asymmetry: Causes, How Common It Is, and Treatment Options

Understand asymmetrical breasts symptoms, including 7 causes & common questions.
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How to Spot Male Breast Cancer

Male breast cancer is incredibly rare and is usually not noticed until it has progressed. Symptoms include a painless mass, skin changes, or bloody or milky discharge from the nipple. It is usually a ductal carcinoma and treated via surgical removal of cancerous tissue.
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