I'm sorry to hear you found a lump in your breast. That can be scary, but try not to panic. Lumps are often benign (not dangerous), especially for younger people, but can also be cancerous. Do not waste time in getting it checked. See your healthcare provider as soon as possible. Catching things early is important!

Explain exactly where the lump is and any other symptoms you may have (tenderness, rash, nipple discharge, lumps under your armpit and skin changes, such as dimpling). Be open so they can help properly. They will likely do an examination and some scans to see what's going on. Don't be shy - it's for your health! If it's something that needs treatment, work with the nurse to find options. There are resources available.

 You've got this! Sending positive vibes your way.