Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) generally does not cause symptoms, and is most commonly discovered in screening mammograms. Occasionally, women with DCIS may present with a breast lump or bloody nipple discharge. Breast cancer is otherwise usually painless and there may be no symptoms in the early phase when breast cancer first develops.
When the cancer grows, signs and symptoms may develop and they can include:
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