WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR
Cancer Australia says breast changes you need to look out for regularly include:
A new lump, or lumpiness, especially if it’s only in one breast;
A change in the shape or size of your breast;
A change to the nipple, such as crusting, ulcer, redness or inversion;
A nipple discharge that occurs without squeezing; A change in the skin over your breast such as redness or dimpling;
Or an unusual pain that doesn’t go away.
If you notice any of these, see your doctor. Young women who are concerned about their family history and their risk for breast and ovarian cancer can speak to their doctor about having an assessment.