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    Anon please, this is private and my brother posts here.

    I've got a small lump in my breast. I've had it since I was 13. I'm now 19. I never went to the doctors out of embarrassment when I was 13. It's still there now and during periods it gets bigger then decreases in size when i'm finished. what could this be?
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    Go and see a doctor ASAP, probabaly nothing, but its best to get it checked out. You can ask for a female GP if your worried. Could be: this as it says its quite common.
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    It's probably nothing seeing as it has been there since you hit puberty and it is consistent (does the same thing over and over throughout your cycle) but if you are worried, you really need to go to the doctor. Don't be embarrassed, they cope with far worse things day in day out!
 
 
 
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