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Back to Women's health How should I check my breasts? There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts. But it is important to know how your breasts usually look and feel. That way, you can spot any changes quickly and report them to your GP. Be breast aware Every woman's breasts are different in terms of size, shape and consistency. It's also possible for one breast to be larger than the other.

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Back to Women's health How should I check my breasts? There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts. But it is important to know how your breasts usually look and feel.

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That way, you can spot any changes quickly and report them to your GP. Be breast aware Every woman's breasts are different in terms of size, shape and consistency. It's also possible for one breast to be larger than the other.

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Get looming to how your breasts feel at different times of the month. This can change during your menstrual cycle. After the menopause, normal breasts feel softer, less firm and not as lumpy.

,ooking NHS Breast Screening Programme has produced a 5-point plan for being breast aware: know what's normal for you look at your breasts and feel them know what changes to look for report any changes without delay attend routine screening if brdast 50 or over Look at your breasts and feel each breast and armpit, and up to your collarbone.

You may find it easiest to do this in the shower or bath, by running a soapy hand over each breast and up under each armpit. You can also look at your breasts in the mirror.

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Look with your arms by your side and also with them raised. Looking changes to look out for See your GP if you notice any of the following changes: a change in the size, outline or shape of your breast a change in the look or feel of your skin, such as puckering or dimpling a new lump, for or bumpy area in one breast or armpit that is different from the same area lookung the other side nipple discharge that's not milky bleeding from your nipple a moist, red area on your nipple that doesn't heal looking any change in nipple position, such as your nipple being pulled in or pointing differently a breasg on or around your nipple any breazt or pain in one breast, particularly if it's a new pain and doesn't go away although pain is only a symptom of breast cancer in rare cases Always see your GP if you are concerned Breast changes can happen for many reasons, and most of them aren't serious.

However, if you find changes in your breast that aren't normal for you, it's best to see your GP as soon as breast.

This is because ror is important to rule out breast cancer. If cancer is detected, then appropriate treatment should be planned as quickly as possible.

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