... So, I went to the bathroom and checked myself in the mirror, there I discovered that a lump appeared to the right of my left nipple. It wasn't there yesterday. ... (0 replies)
... 1) No. Male breast cancer is diagnosed in later stages precisely because patient/provider wait too long (embarrassment factor?). Seek a second opinion - from a breast specialist (yah, there IS such an animal) and trust me, while women make up the majority of their patients, they see men, too!
2) No. Believe it or not, diagnostic mammography is generally the first tool used... (10 replies)
... Well, I know it's odd for a male to come here to ask a question. But I really need some advice. ... (10 replies)
... A week ago I knocked myself on my left nipple and realised it was quite sore. Having a quick feel I discovered a small lump just behind my nipple on the left hand side. ... (1 replies)
... I've found a little pea sized lump in my left nipple. It hurts a little when i touch it but it's not visible. ... (0 replies)
... embarrassing question, but I'm a 20 year old male. About a week ago I noticed some pain in my pectoral muscle and when I went to go touch it I noticed this long lump in the left side of my chest. ... (1 replies)
... male. last wednesday the right side of my chest was a little sore. felt like a cramp. so i checked it out and noticed this odd tissue. it starts right below the nipple and goes off to the right on my right breast, its kind of tubular i dunno like a tendon or something. and its hard. ... (0 replies)
I am 15, and I have had these lumps under my nipple (going away, then coming back, then going away, coming back, etc). They are painful/sensitive when i push on them or apply pressure. If i squeeze them, they ooze. Is this normal for puberty, or should i have this checked? (2 replies)
... So I am going to the Doctor's today to see if my lump is serious. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, bc is more rare for men that women. I would ask your doctor for a second opinion. Being that you are not able to have a mamogram, they usually do an ultrasound. If you are this concerned you should be taken seriously. An ultrasound will not tell them if you have cancer, but it is a good indicator and gives basis for a biopsy.
Try to get another opinion. (4 replies)
... Yes, I discovered a small firm lump right under my right nipple 2 months ago. It hurts a little when it gets touched. Done some research on the net, everyone tells people to go see a doctor. LOL. So I did. ... (4 replies)
... A few weeks ago my nipples and the surrounding area became very sore followed not soon later by a lump approx 5mm across on the edge of the nipple area. That went down and the soreness went after a couple of weeks but I have had another develop on the other nipple. ... (5 replies)
... I'm a 35 yr male. I found a lump under my left nipple. ... (1 replies)
... I basically have the same thing going on myself and have questions. I have multiple lumps under both my left and right breast that are about pea sized. They don't hurt but are kind of tender if I touch them. I'm a male, btw, and 26 years old. I know sometimes medications can cause weird things to happen and when I was a kid I was on synthetic growth hormone. I also take an... (2 replies)
... t feels like a small firm stucture lies there .. and when comparing to the other breast ... I am certain that the other breast does not have the same firm little lump that seems to not raise above the skin contour but only exist underneath. ... (1 replies)
... i have a question. I am a male, 16 years of age going on 17 in 2 months. I have a farely large lump in my right chest right under my nipple. It makes my chest look awkward. The one with the lump in it looks like it has a lump in it. ... (5 replies)
... I feel somesort of a lump around the nipple area. It is not noticeable. Its been hurting for about a few weeks. Does anyone have any idea what this can be. ... (1 replies)
... my son is 14 yr old and he has a small circular lump, about 1.5 inches in diameter under his right nipple.
From time to time, it hurts. is it possible that he has brest cancer? (1 replies)
... Thanks for your help! (2 replies)
That is a normal part of going through puberty. (I would stop squeezing them though). You might want to mention it to your doctor next time you have an appointment, but I think you are just fine! Many, many boys have this. (2 replies)