By Bill Mckechnie
Checking your breasts regularly
Upper chest and armpits too,
Is crucial to early diagnosis
Know what is normal to you.
Lumps, thickening of breast tissue
One breast becomes larger or lower,
Make sure you attend breast screening
If you are fifty or over.
Everyone’s breasts are different
Different times of month and age,
Look out for changes unusual to you
If worried, GP please engage.
Puckering or dimpling of skin
Continuous pain causing strife,
Reporting changes without delay
Can make a difference to your life.
Have your nipples inverted (turned in)?
Have they changed shape or position?
Developing a rash, crusting or discharge
If any of these, it’s your mission.
Make an appointment with your GP
Remember this is your body,
Early diagnosis can make a difference
Better to be safe than sorry.