Our expert says:
If it is movable, it probably is a fibroadenoma (enlarged normal gland tissue). Once a year if you go for your Papsmear, ask your doctor to check the breasts too. It is always better to do the self exam AFTER your menstruation as the breasts tend to be lumpy just before menstruation due to the hormone levels. If this lump gets waxes and wanes with your cycle, does not grow bigger or does not feel like it is "stuck" to surrounding tissue, it is probably not cancerous. You could maybe just see your GP after your menstruation for a baseline examination of the breasts so that he/she knows what to follow up on in future
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