Dr Oz: How to Do a Breast Self-Exam
Dr. Oz says we usually associate lumps with breast cancer, but there are actually other signs to watch out for. Dr. Marisa Weiss says most of the time lumps in a woman’s breast is not cancer, but if you have one that persists, get it checked out as soon as possible.
- Examine each of your breasts from top to bottom and side-to-side.
- Use your three middle fingers and move them in a circular motion while applying gentle pressure to feel for lumps.
Dr Oz: Warning Signs of Breast Cancer
Here are some of the most common signs of breast cancer.
- Redness or scales on your breast
- Skin irritation or dimpling