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Lumps in breast. Burning pain in nipples. Cause?

Hi. I have a lump in my right breast which is quite difficult to detect as its quite deep underneath. Its often easier to find when im in the bath. I couldnt find it for a while and thought it had gone but it has come back again. Over the last week i have developed a burning pain in my right nipple that comes and goes. Ive heard this can be linked to diabetes which is common in my family. Could this be the cause?? Thanks Angie
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
From the characters of lump which have mentioned, most probably it could be fibro adenoma breast commonly called as breast mouse due to its slippery character.It is benign tumor. it has no relation to diabetes, I would suggest you to consult a general surgeon who may advice you for FNAC to know what exactly this lump is and may remove it surgically.
Hope this answers your question
Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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