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Common Benign Lumps | Johns Hopkins Medicine nodule in right breast

You notice that something is different with your breast, and you find a lump. Now what? If you notice any breast changes, call your doctor right.

Find out how a breast lump is evaluated for breast cancer.

Breast lumps are swellings or bulges in the breast. Some may be cancerous, but many are harmless and may be related to hormonal.

There are different types of breast lumps. The following descriptions and illustraitons provides some details. If you have any questions, follow-up with your doctor.