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Have bilateral breast lumps with puckering, wondering the cause and worried.

Have bilateral lumps, each about 2 inches, each with puckering. I’m in my late 40’s. I know I need them tested, but I’m curious what these could be and if it’s a benign condition probably since it’s both breasts at same time and same symptoms. I have history of Fibroadenomas, no puckering.
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Puckering can be associated with skin diseases, but can be with cancer.

Since it's both breasts at the same time, you're right that it's probably benign, but you really do need to get it checked out.

https://www.emedicinehealth.com/symptoms_of_breast_cancer_vs_cyst/article_em.htm#what_are_the_symptoms_of_breast_cancer_vs_cysts

Let us know what happens.
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