FACT : Pregnancy does not increase the risk of breast cancer. In fact, the more children a woman has, the lower her risk of getting breast cancer. Having children at a young age also reduces the risk.
FACT : Some of the symptoms include a rapid or unusual increase in breast size. There may be redness, a rash, or changes to skin color. Persistent itching of breast or nipple or a lump or thickening of breast tissue are other indications to look for. Some indications include a stabbing pain or soreness of the breast. A feverish breast, swelling of lymph nodes under the arm or above the collar bone, dimpling or ridging of breast also need very active investigations. Nipple flattening or retracting, Nipple discharge or change in pigmented area around nipple complex too may be presentations of IBC..