A cancerous lump may feel rounded, soft, and tender and can occur anywhere in the breast. In some cases, the lump can even be painful. Some women also have dense, fibrous breast tissue. Feeling lumps or changes in your breasts may be more difficult if this is the case.
What to Do if You Find a Breast Lump | Susan G. Komen®
Overview Breast lump removal is the surgical removal of a cancerous lump inside the breast. A biopsy can show a lump in the breast is cancerous. The goal of the procedure is to remove the lump and some healthy tissue around the tumor. When your doctor removed healthy tissue and the lump it will help ensure that all cancer cells are gone.
I hope this is helpful! Wishing you all the best. I am I have pain in both my breast and My lumps are so painfull when I touch them.
If You Find a Lump If you feel a lump in your breast, try not to panic or worry. Most lumps are not breast cancer, but something less serious, such as a benign breast condition. Some lumps will go away on their own. In younger women, lumps are often related to menstrual periods and will go away by the end of the cycle. Learn more about benign breast conditions.