Passed no remarks of it and it was still there but last week it was so painful and puss starting coming out of it for a few days so I booked in with my GP and she examined me but found no lumbs etc. And one breast is bigger than the other should I be worried, and it was only an infection I had? I can appreciate your concern.
Maybe you find yourself wondering, Why do I bruise so easily? Pooled blood forms an ugly blemish that changes color and gradually fades away as the collected blood gets reabsorbed into the body. Ragni reasons.
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There is a bruise that is about the size of a quarter on my right breast. It is on the side. Been there for around two weeks and has only faded a little bit. Could this mean that I have breast cancer?
Can being hit in the breast cause cancer? Do deodorants raise your risk? Is there a link between breast cancer and bras?
With the controversy surrounding no make-up selfies to raise breast cancer awarenessknowing which symptoms to look out for is crucial. Most women know that lumps are a key sign of breast cancer. However, despite this important indicator, lumps may not be evident during the initial phases of cancer.
It's not unlike having a large bruise in your breast. The mass it forms is not cancerous, but it can sometimes lead to inflammation, fever, skin discoloration, and may leave behind scar tissue that mimics the shape of a breast tumor. A breast hematoma can happen to anyone regardless of age or menopausal status. It may be caused by trauma, or procedures like a breast biopsy or breast surgery.
Your breast can suffer a physical injury just like any other part of your anatomy. What kind of breast injury is serious enough to see a doctor? Now I have a bruise.