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Do lumps in breasts and hair loss indicate breast cancer ?

i am 17 year s old. i went to the doctors a while ago and i had an incedent in school where a kid punched me in my left brest. my doctor had told me that i have a lump on my left breast and she checked my right breast and found a lil lump on that side too . So she want s me to go for a sonogram to make sure it isnt nothing serious . and im just really curious about what it could be ?. also im sorta loosing hair in the from of my head little by little . could it be breast cancer ?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Jan 2011
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After trauma t breast commonly a hard lump called Fat necrosis gets formed. It will usually clear away if antibiotics are taken complete course. But you need to get the lump checked by a Surgeon to make sure it is nothing else. Losing hair could be due to stress, anaemia etc. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Exercise everyday. Sleep 6-8 hours everyday. Stay healthy, keep fit.
Answered: Wed, 24 Aug 2011
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