Breast Health

Breast Health

While you're here...

Chances are most of you would have been affected by breast cancer either directly or through someone you know.

While trying on Dentelle's gorgeous lingerie, please take a few minutes to carry out this check (source: www.nhs.uk)

Be aware of the following changes in your breasts:

  • Changes in the outline or shape of the breast, especially those caused by arm movements or by lifting the breast .
  • Changes in the look or feel of the skin, such as puckering or dimpling discomfort or pain in one breast that is unusual, particularly if it is new and persistent.
  • Any new lumps, thickening or bumpy areas in one breast or armpit, which differs from the same part of the other breast and armpit.
  • Nipple discharge that's new for you and not milky.
  • Bleeding from the nipple.
  • Moist, red areas on the nipple that don't heal easily.
  • Any change in nipple position, such as pulled up or pointing differently.
  • A rash on or around the nipple