• Swelling or a lump in the breast or in the armpit; • Clear or bloody nipple discharge; • Pain around the nipple area; • An inverted or retracted nipple; • Scaly skin on the nipple; • Unusual pain and discomfort around the breast; • Persistent tenderness; • Microcalcifications and dense masses. These can only be observed using breast imaging instruments.
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