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The symptoms are obvious and easy
to look out for. If you do have any of the symptoms visit the doctor for a
- A hard lump of fatty tissue
under the nipple, which may be tender and painful to the touch.
- Possible oozing of fluid
from the nipples.
- Swelling of breast tissue,
which could also happen unevenly, with one getting larger than the other.
Although gynecomastia is not necessarily a sign of cancer, a doctor will most likely run some tests to rule it out.