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Lump on cleavage, pain on touching, underneath skin. Breast cancer?

Hello Dr. XXXX.. i havva ask you a question! And i want its answer really reaally urgent .. So i ve got a lump in my cleavage! It hurts ALLOT! some day the pain stays stop and suddenly it starts :( i cant even touch it! And the lump is inside the skin like a ball inside the cleavage! It hurts allot ! Please tell me something for the satisfaction , i am so muccch WORRIIED! I thought it might be breast cancer
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Dear Ma'am,

Sorry to hear about your problem. Usually painful lumps are not an indicator of breast cancer but it is always prudent to have them evaluated by a breast surgeon and to get a mammogram done. Usually these painful lumps are due to fibroadenosis, which is benign problem due to hormonal imbalance. This condition improves with time.

Hoping for the best.

Dr. Rohan Khandelwal
Breast Surgeon
Answered: Wed, 22 May 2013
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