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A 14 year old boy has a lump under my right nipple

i'm a 14 year old boy and i think i have breast cancer there is a lump under my right nipple and i don't know if its cancer. its the only thing wrong with my body and right now i need an answer. if it is, tell me, if it isnt, reassure me. i'm 14 years old and i eat well and excersize regularly and there has been no history of cancer in my family. i'm just really worried because its been there for a few weeks now and it hasnt gone away. i dont know what it is.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Feb 2010
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Dont keep concentrating on it. you are growing now and having a lot of hormone changes. And due to this, there might be changes ocuring in th ebrest. If it is not painful and no discharge coming out of your nipple, leave it alone. It will subside. If you are still not convinced, then go for an examination and the doctor will tell you what it is and discuss what can be done.

Answered: Mon, 8 Feb 2010
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