Breast Cancer?

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   Posted 4/29/2015 8:45 PM (GMT -7)   
I'm 17 and a couple of months ago since like December, maybe, I started having breast pains, mainly in my right. I read an article on how to check for lumps and I did, but I'm still not sure. I'm just confused I don't know if it is normal, like a part of my breast or if it is something that I should get checked out. There is an obvious size difference in my right breast than my left and it feels -more like hurts, and looks weird. Also right under the breast is a little spot that sort of looks blotchy that I just noticed in the mirror. I could be totally paranoid because I freak out about this sort of stuff all the time, but I'm really freaked out, and It hurts all the time. Please help!

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   Posted 4/30/2015 12:52 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Cmc- Breasts can hurt when its close to or during that time of the month. Mine will also hurt if I have too much caffeine. In regards to size difference, that is actually a normal thing. I have had a difference in size since I started developing many moons ago. Its more common than people would think.

Have you seen a gynecologist yet? They can show you the proper way to do a breast exam and answer all you questions about what should be normal and what isn't.
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