Fibro adenoma You may feel a smooth, but firm lump-like a gumball. It may or may not be accompanied by pain
Cyst There may be pain in specific area that doesn’t go away between your periods. The lump is often squishy, like a grape or a water balloon.
Ductal or lobular
Carcinoma in situ
(DCIS or LCIS) With the DCIS, one nipple may excrete liquid or a hard lump may be found in the breast. With an LCIS, a lump may or may not form, and you likely won’t feel any pain.
Carcinoma You might notice a hard lump that has irregular boarders (or star shaped) in your breast—it’ll likely feel very anchored and the skin above it may be pulled in.
Breast Cancer Your breast may become red, swollen and warm to the touch. It doesn’t always cause a bump, but watch out for a change in the appearance of your breast (the skin may look dimpled like an orange peel).
A growth of benign breast tissue made up of normal cells.
A Fluid –filled sac in the breast.
Abnormal cells in the lining of the mild ducts or in the area where the milk produced (called the lobule)
A mass of abnormal cells have the potential to break through the milk ducts and spread through the blood to other parts of the breast and body. This is the most common invasive breast cancer, accounting for about 8 out of 10 cases.
An invasive breast cancer in which cancer cells block the lymph vessels in the skin.