The signs of early stage breast cancer can include: swelling, tenderness, pain, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, breast tenderness and redness around the nipple.
These are often the first signs to come up, but the longer they go untreated the more likely you are to have more serious side effects.
It is also important to understand how your body reacts to these symptoms and to get the right treatment plan.
It’s important to remember that breast cancer is a very aggressive and painful disease, and there are no quick and easy ways to get rid of it.
If you do not have symptoms and have not been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should seek immediate medical attention.
Symptoms of breast cancer include: nipple pain, tender and swollen nipples, nipple tenderness (this is caused by an increase in the level of circulating estrogen in the body) and red and swollen nipple marks.
Symptoms may also include swelling of the breasts or nipple.
This may occur for a few weeks and be more noticeable on a more advanced stage of the disease.
Nipple pain can be very unpleasant and sometimes unbearable.
It can be felt throughout the entire body.
The pain may include a sensation of pressure on the nipple and/or nipple tenderling.
This is most commonly felt in the chest, abdomen and lower back.
The discomfort will not go away and will become more intense and painful as time goes on.
Sometimes, you may have a feeling of pressure or discomfort in your lower abdomen, especially when urinating.
You may also feel a sharp pain on your lower back or buttocks and may feel pain in your throat.
You can also feel that your breasts have grown large and may have swelling or tenderness around your nipple.
It may also be very painful for your breasts to move.
If the pain gets worse, you might have a burning sensation in your chest and may be more susceptible to having infections.
If this happens, it may be a sign that you are in the early stages of breast-cancer.
Your symptoms will gradually improve over time and you may be able to get treatment for the disease, but there may be side effects, such as weight loss and increased symptoms of depression.
Your doctor will be able see your breast changes and will be concerned if there is any change in the size of your breasts.
Your breast changes can include nipple tendering and swelling.
If your symptoms continue to worsen and the swelling continues, you will need to be referred to a breast specialist.
Nipples may also appear to have become swollen or tender, and your doctor may want to refer you to a plastic surgeon.
Nail polish, hair removal and other cosmetic procedures are not recommended.
Your doctors may recommend you stop wearing nail polish or hair removal products, especially if you are younger or older than 50.
These may cause scarring and discomfort and are not always comfortable.
Breast cancer can cause symptoms that include: pain in the breast, nipple pain and tenderness