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Im a 13 year old female. I haven't had sex before. Only one of my breasts are hurting. There is a lump in my left nipple. It is not that noticible, but you can feel it. It is very sensitive. I have a little bump on my nipple. Is this normal? Do I have breast cancer? Please reply because I'm in pain and have no idea what to do!

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Breast - Wikipedia

The breast is one of two prominences located on the upper ventral region of the torso of primates. In females, it serves as the mammary gland, which produces and ...
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The Breast - WebMD - WebMD - Better information. Better health.

WebMD discusses the anatomy of the breast including function, a diagram of the breast, conditions that affect the breasts, and much more.
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Breast Cancer

Get detailed information about breast cancer risks, causes, symptoms, treatments, and more from the American Cancer Society.
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How Common Is Breast Cancer?

The American Cancer Society’s most recent estimates and statistics for breast cancer in women in the United States.
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WebMD Breast Cancer Center: Types, Symptoms, Causes, Genes ...

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Breast | Define Breast at

Breast definition, Anatomy, Zoology. (in bipeds) the outer, front part of the thorax, or the front part of the body from the neck to the abdomen; chest. See more.
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CDC - What Is Breast Cancer Screening?

Breast cancer screening means checking a woman’s breasts for cancer before there are signs or symptoms of the disease.
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Breast - definition of breast by The Free Dictionary

breast (brĕst) n. 1. a. Either of two milk-secreting, glandular organs on the chest of a woman; the female mammary gland. b. A corresponding rudimentary gland in a ...
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How to Touch a Woman's Breasts | Men's Health

How to Touch Her Breasts The best ways to caress all types of breasts. Plus, fun things to do with her nipples Edited By Sarah Miller May 30, 2003
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Breast cancer - Wikipedia

Breast cancer is cancer that develops from breast tissue. Signs of breast cancer may include a lump in the breast, a change in breast shape, dimpling of the skin ...
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Breast Pain

Breast cysts as well as Fibroadenomas can be quite painful but aside from removal or drainage there are some things you can due to reduce this discomfort. As a rule breast cancer is NOT associated with pain unless it has metastisized to other organs. These cystic conditions are often related to the hormone levels in the body. I'm sure the upcoming Mammogram and Ultrasound will help clear this up for you. Regards ....
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Rash on Right Breast

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Cyst/Dense Breast Tissue

I have ficrocystic breast change and very dense breast. My right breast is more dense than that other. I had a lump that was removed by lumpectomy on 11-7 and it was in the breast with more density. Mine came back beign. Everytime I go for a mammo. I have to go for an ultrasound. Good luck
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What should I do with my multple large breast fribroadenoma ?

Hi there. The option of having breast construction is realistic and may indeed be the best option for you, especially since I think that these fibroadenomas can still come back after the excision procedure.  I suggest that you discuss this option with a plastic or reconstructive surgeon. Regards.
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One breast larger, negative tests, should I be concerned?

The reason your breast is larger than the other obviously is due to the fact that it contains the 4 cysts that you mentioned above. You only have these cysts in the one breast so it isn't at all unusual to have fibrocystic changes in only that breast. I'd be grateful that only one breast is involved. These cysts are associated with the hormone levels in the body and may vary in size from time to time. Their change in shape / size can very often happen along with your menstrual cycle. They can be rather painful as well. It is often advised that a person lessen their intake of caffeine as this is believed to be somewhat responsible for the development of cysts. If this situation becomes very painful the cysts could be drained or even removed if very large but that won't mean that more wouldn't develop. I might add that nearly half of all women have this condition and at almost any age. The fibrous tissue is responsible for the density of the breast tissue and only makes it harder to "see" through but you have had all the tests and all have been negative for anything serious.   Regards .....
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Insist on an MRI. It will show abnormalties in dense breast tissue better than mammogram or sonogram. But sonogram also shows better than mammogram, so maybe that will show what's going on.
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Breast pump! Help please!

Yikes you have A LOT of options lol thats great though. I personally, have only ever used the Medela pump in style avanced. I love it because it isnt too loud. It also comes with a travel backpack so you can take it anywhere you want if you need to pump while out or away from baby. It also comes with lots of storage containers and a little insulated bag to keep you milk stored cold while ur on the go.  Its very comfortable to me, and you can adjust how hard the suction level is. I find the lowest setting really gets the job done and my supply was great. Good luck with whichever one you choose! :)
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breast cancer risk

Although there is family history, it isn't very close (mother, sister)and it isn't all breast cancer. Scar tissue can interfere with future imagery and there are more types than mammogram in use in the detection of abnormalities in the breast. Ultrasound is often used as well as breast MRI and most tests can differentiate between scar tissue and other abnormal findings. General risk is 1 in 8 in a lifetime but many factors have to be considered to be any more definite than that. I see no reason why you should not have the breast reduction if that's what you desire.    Best wishes ....
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Breast Pain and Breast Shape

I'm not a doctor, but I'm a mom who has breastfed two children (and is currently breastfeeding my youngest) for many years.  It's common to have tenderness and itchiness in the breast as your milk supply stabilizes, and also for one breast to seem fuller or heavier than the other.  Are you nursing?  You might try breastfeeding in different positions - it's possible that some of your ducts are getting stimulated often and others aren't.  You might also try massaging your breast while nursing or just before.  Cool compresses will help too - and cabbage leaves can be helpful if you are having engorgement. I would contact your local La Leche League leader, even if you are no longer nursing.  It's likely that your breasts are adjusting to post-partum and early nursing. In my experience, doctors rarely check your breasts post-partum because they are going through such changes, and that some doctors don't even ask how nursing is going!  Even the best breast surgeons in the world seem to know little about breastfeeding, but that seems to be changing. GL!
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How to breast self-exam

Jacobintl says: 'Breast self-exams cannot replace regular screening mammograms and clinical breast exams.' I think that self breast care exams are often way superior to 'clinical  breast exams', when you consider that many doctors in fact have practically a phobia about touching a woman's breast. I don't know if they see 'the lawsuit about  sexual abuse in the back of their paranoid minds', or if they are just too afraid for other reasons, or ashamed, or disgusted, or whatever. But it happens an awful lot. As a consequence, nothing gets felt, and the 'clinical breast exam' is hardly a clinical breast exam except for the white coat. For that reason it is very important for women to bring up when they feel something, as the chances are better for them to get evaluated for what they can point to, or have  felt,  than the probability of an 'anally retentive' MD finding something you did not find yourself.
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