Cancer Symptoms: Top 20 Symptoms of Cancer
Symptoms of male breast cancer:
Breast cancer does not produce symptoms when the tumor is small and most treatable. It is therefore very important to follow recommended screening guidelines for detecting breast cancer at an early stage, before symptoms develop. The most common sign in men is a firm, non-painful mass located just below the nipple. There may not be other associated symptoms. The cancer may cause skin changes in the area of the nipple. These can include ulceration of the skin, puckering or dimpling, redness or scaling of the nipple, or retraction (turning inward) of the nipple. Bloody or opaque discharge from the nipple may also occur.