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Dimpling, puckering or bulging of the skin.
An inverted nipple or one that has changed position.
Redness, warmth, soreness, rash, or swelling.
Discharge from the nipple.
Lumps (some are normal, cancerous lumps can be hard and immovable).
Apply three levels of pressure; soft, medium and hard. When pressing hard you should be able to feel your rib cage.
Use your three middle fingers in a circular or up-and-down motion over your entire breast, top-to-bottom, left-to-right.
Start underneath your armpit, move to your collarbone and make your way down to the bottom of your rib cage.
Repeat the movements standing up but bent forward and then again while lying down.
Stand in front of the mirror with your hands above your head, then drop your arms down and turn to your side, your breast skin should move with you.
You have completed your breast self-check and are on the way to living your BREAST Life! If you have found anything that you are even slightly worried about, go see your Doctor for medical advice.