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Nevertheless, teens may worry that changes in their breasts during puberty are due to breast cancer. To alleviate these concerns, they should monitor their breasts for changes and talk to their doctor if they want reassurance.

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Early breast development often begins as a lump under the nipple, which may compound worries a young teen may have about breast cancer. These breast buds may also be sensitive, triggering fears that something is wrong.

Though rare, it is possible for a teenager to develop breast cancer. Breast cancer, as with all cancers, occurs when normal cells begin growing and dividing out of control. Over time, this growth can form a tumor that harms healthy tissue and may spread to other areas of the body.

Even in young adult women, the odds of developing breast cancer are very low. Less than 5 percent of breast cancers occur in women under 40. At age 30, the risk of developing breast cancer is 0.44 percent. There are less than 25 cases of breast cancer per year in women in each age group under 30. Among teenagers, the figure is close to zero.

A fibroadenoma is a benign breast tumor. Common among women in their 20s and 30s, these lumps do not turn into cancer. They have clear borders and range in size from very tiny to several inches. They are associated with a slight increase in the risk of breast cancer.

Thoughts of breast cancer can be scary, especially for girls when their breasts are developing. However, there is little reason for most teenagers to be anxious about breast cancer. Rather than worrying, a better strategy is to adopt a healthy lifestyle that helps to protect against breast cancer in the future.

"She's the kind of girl you just want to slap...on the a**. And pull--" Madge said as she yanked the teen's corset down and flashed her boob. "Oh, sh*t! I'm sorry. Sexual harassment. You can do the same to me."

A breast lump or is a bulge or bump in the breasts. Breast lumps are more common in older women, but they can also develop in teenagers, young girls and babies. There are many different types of breast lumps that happen in children, but most are benign (noncancerous). Even though breast lumps can be harmless, it is still important to see a doctor if you or your child notice changes in what their breasts normally feel like.

You may have many changes in your breasts as a teen and young adult. Some changes are linked to your period. Others are linked to birth control pills, or to other hormonal forms of birth control. In some cases, changes may happen at any time for no clear reason. Most breast conditions are not cancer. These are called noncancer, or benign conditions. But it is important for you to know about correct breast health. This will help you to find any problems. Some of the breast conditions you may have include cyclical breast pain, cysts, fibroadenomas, and fibrocystic breast changes.

A cyst is a fluid-filled sac that develops in the breast tissue. Cysts often get bigger and become sore and painful just before your period. They may seem to appear overnight. They are the most common reason for breast lumps in teens. In most cases, cysts are benign. It is rare that they are cancer. They may be caused by a blocked breast gland.

Fibroadenomas are solid, smooth, firm, benign lumps. They are most often found in women in their late teens and early twenties. But they can occur in women of any age. They are the second most common type of benign lump in women. 041b061a72


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