Bridging the gap between scientific advances and social needs
Train your eyes to look out for stains on your clothing due to nipple discharge.
Train your eyes to look out for abrasions on the skin. This would usually be associated with a lump beneath the erosion.
Train your eyes to compare both nipples. Look out for a recent retraction (pulling-back) of any one of the nipples.
Train your eyes for a breast surface that looks like the peel of an orange.
Train your eyes to appreciate if both your breasts are of equal size or not. Any recent increase in size of one of the breasts, needs attention.
Train your eyes to see if both your breasts move equally on forward bending. Observe if any of the breasts, or any part of the breast, does not move equally.
Train your eyes to look out for red surfaces which may or may not feel hot.
Train your eyes to look out for any visible veins on the surface area of the breast
Train your eyes to look out for any part of the breast that may have a dimple.
Train your eyes to increases or decreases in the size of a breast.
The appearence of the breast is normal to the eyes. The only sure way to detect your lump is to do a regular trained Breast Self Examination.
Train your eyes for a bumpy-appearence on any part of the breast.