Breast Question

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So this has been on my breast for a couple of days. It is bumpy but I have not felt any lumps in my breast. Do you think it could be cancer or something else? Has anyone had anything similar to it? It does not feel warmer than any other part of my skin. 

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    I don’t understand. How can you upload an image? Please help. 
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      If you cannot upload an image from a phone then you can use the desktop version of the site and use the icon highlighted in the image below (click to enlarge).
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    Do you have an actual picture of the lesion on your breast? The moderator may have deleted a link to a site, but usually do not delete pictures of an individual's skin lesions.

    The moderators do not want anything promoting a product or with bias.

    You may want to describe the lesion.

    Red, itchy, circle, patch, bumps, blisters, vesicle-blisters, pustules, linear, scaley and size in inches or mm.


    Merry Juliana

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    I am recovering from BC   

    My advice to you is see your GP for immediate advice/referral for tests. No one, not even a BC Consultant can diagnose anyone without mammogram/scan/biopsy.  The sooner you seek advice the sooner you will get peace of mind.  If it is cancer the sooner it is treated the better your survival   Good luck and see your GP as soon as possible 

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