About a couple of weeks ago, while I was on my period I found that I had a lump. Remembering that I had heard that you can often find lumps while on your period, I didn't really think anything of it.
When I stopped my period, I checked my breast again and found that I still had the lump. I was a little scared and didn't tell my mom until the next Saturday. She immediately brought me to the nearest med clinic, and the doctor said that he thought that the lump was most likely an infection of the gland(he said the lump is where the gland that makes milk in women).
The doctor reassured my mom and I, saying that there had not been any research showing a woman my age having breast cancer. He ended up sending me home with antibiotics and told me that if the lump didn't go away in two weeks, to go to my regular doctor to get a check-up. It's only been a week and the lump has gotten smaller, but I'm still worried.
My mom and I went to the bookstore and found something called "fibradenoma". The description is exactly what I have: a lump that is smooth, feels like a marble, and is easily moved within the breast. I'm still worried. What do ya'll think?
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