1. You notice dimply, scaly, patchy, or inflamed skin
You know your boobs and every one their little quirks (like how Leftie fills out your bra such a lot better than Rightie) so if you notice any changes to their normal appearance, concentrate , says Debra Patt, MD, OB-GYN, and carcinoma expert with Texas Oncology, a practice within the US Oncology Network.
“Any unusual thickening, redness, rash, dimpling, or puckering of your breast skin, or round the nipple, should be verified by your doctor,” she explains.
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