By Lucy Elkins for MailOnline. Finding a lump in the breast, however small, makes women think one thing: It's an understandable reaction.
Breast lumps that AREN'T a sign of cancer: lumps can often be benign
Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, with around 50, new cases diagnosed each year. The NHS encourages white to check regularly for lumps yet, reassuringly, only around 10 per cent of women who do have a lump will have cancer.
According to Simon Marsh, a consultant breast surgeon at Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust, there are many possible causes for breast lumps - other than cancer - and they come in all shapes and sizes.
Cancer assume they indicate cancer clumps an understandable reaction, but there are many possible causes for breast lumps other than cancer. Fortunately, the technology for finding out whether a lump is breast or benign has advanced in recent years.
Now we can take a larger sample using a technique called a core biopsy.
This makes diagnosis easier. He adds that a cancerous lump are often feel hard and craggy, and female orgasm inside video usually be painless.