How should I check my breasts? - NHS - Breast on breast
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Benign (not cancer) breast conditions are very common. Most breast changes, such as breast lumps or breast pain, are not signs of breast cancer. It’s important to get any breast lumps checked by your doctor as a lump can be a sign of cancer. Have I got breast cancer? Breast cancer and teenage girls How breasts develop during puberty. Breasts and nipples come in different sizes and shapes.