Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer, affecting around 46, women each year in the UK alone. Whilst this figure is high, it does mean that awareness is equally high, and as a result, many women check their breasts for tell tale signs on a regular basis. The reality of breast cancer can be, at worst, life threatening, and at best, life changing. However, as it is such a common form of cancer, there is a lot of information about it and as a result, GPs and consultants are experienced in diagnosing and treating it.
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17 Subtle Signs You May Have Breast Cancer
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Unfortunately, that tell-tale sign is just one of the many that can lead to a diagnosis. While a lump is still the most commonly-reported symptom, a study from the Cancer Research UK found one in six women who are diagnosed with breast cancer report a totally different issue to their doctors. The problem is not everyone books an appointment as quickly as they should once something comes up. To make sure you catch a symptom—as subtle as it may be—as early as possible, take a look at these lesser-known signs you may have breast cancer. Noticing some dimpling in the skin of one of your breasts might not seem like a big deal, but it could be a sign of breast cancer, says the Mayo Clinic. While skin resembling an orange peel is one thing, breast cancer could show up with other textural changes as well. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation , skin that looks scaly and red should also be examined by a doctor.
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Back to Cancer. The specialist will carry out further tests, such as a biopsy or X-ray , and plan any necessary treatment. Read more about waiting times for cancer referrals and treatment. See your GP if you notice a lump in your breast or if you have a lump that's rapidly increasing in size elsewhere on your body. See your GP straight away if you experience these types of symptoms.