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Right breast is hurting and have a feeling of lump.

This is embarrassing, but I don t care because I assume it can turn into a pretty serious situation. I m only 15, but my right breast has been hurting (It s only been hurting for a day now, I just noticed it.) And so I was feeling it for a lump, and when I pressed down like right next to the nipple a felt a lump. When I was feeling to see how big it was it felt about less than an inch long. So when I squeezed it some liquid came out of one of the little bumbps on my aerola. Is this a sign of cancer? I mean I m only 15, but it is really freaking me out. I m going to tell my mom when she gets hom from work, but was wondering if anyone knew what this possibly could be, or if they ve had the same thing. Thank you. Please take this seriously and don t be perverted, this is very serious. No, I m not pregnant .
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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Start by asking your mom and your school nurse. During puberty, all sorts of weird things occur which are not bad.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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