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The Early Warning Signs That A Breast Cancer Develops In Your Body And That Most Women Are Unaware Of

Breast cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers in women and is the leading cause of death in women. Like any disease, manifestation...

The Early Warning Signs That A Breast Cancer Develops

Breast cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers in women and is the leading cause of death in women. Like any disease, manifestations and symptoms can appear in case of breast cancer. Thus, early knowledge and detection of these symptoms can be very important in increasing the chances of cure and the effectiveness of management of the disease. Here is a list of symptoms that show that a breast cancer develops in your body.

According to the National Cancer Institute, 9 out of 10 women can be cured of breast cancer in case of early detection. In France, this cancer generally affects women over the age of 50, but young women and men are not excluded. Discover the early signs of breast cancer that should not be taken lightly.

What are the risk factors for breast cancer?

Several factors may be involved; there are two types of factors: external factors that are related to lifestyle and the environment, and internal factors that depend on the person, age, family history, genetic predisposition and personal history.

Excessive consumption of alcohol, tobacco, hormonal problems, obesity and overweight are also factors causing breast cancer.

What are the signs of breast cancer not to be ignored?

Balls and ganglions felt inside the breast:

This sign is one of the most commonly observed signs in breast cancer. The woman can discover or feel a ball or a small mass at the level of the breast, which are hard, not painful but have irregular contours. Other balls may appear in the armpit and this indicates that the cancer has started to spread in your body.

Changes in breast size or shape:

The woman's breasts may change depending on age, pregnancy, breastfeeding and many other factors. But if you notice the appearance of redness, breast deformation, these may be signs of breast cancer and should be consulted as soon as possible.

Flows from the breast :

If flows occur outside the breast-feeding period, this is probably a sign of breast cancer. Care should also be taken if the liquid is green or contains blood.

Inverted breasts:

Naturally the breasts can only be directed towards the outside. So if your breast begins to point inwards, we advise you to consult and do a screening as soon as possible.

Changes in the skin of the breasts

You may feel pain when you touch or caress your breasts because their skin is ulcerated and it is covered with crusts and scales. The breasts also become red and the breasts can begin to peel.

Later signs:

Breast cancer can spread throughout your body and other signs and symptoms may appear, including:
  • An orange peel
  • Bone pain
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Unexplained Weight Loss
  • An accumulation of fluid around the lungs
  • Headaches
  • A double vision
  • Muscular weakness

Symptoms of breast cancer in men include a bump in the chest, tenderness and pain in the mouth, fluid and breast discharge, inversion or retraction and wounds around the breast.

The signs and symptoms of breast cancer vary from person to person. Pay attention to these symptoms and share this information with others.