What do breast cancer lumps feel like in armpit? The texture of the armpit lump may vary according to what is causing it. For example, a cyst, infection or fatty growth may feel soft to the touch. However, fibroadenomas and cancerous tumors may feel hard and immobile. Some people may experience pain with an armpit lump.
What stage is breast cancer in armpit? In stage IIIC, there may be a tumor of any size in the breast, or no tumor present at all. But either way, the cancer has spread to one of the following places: ten or more underarm (axillary) lymph nodes. lymph nodes near the collarbone.
How do you know if you have breast cancer in your armpit? a lump or swelling in either of your armpits. a change in the look or feel of your skin, such as puckering or dimpling, a rash or redness. a rash (like eczema), crusting, scaly or itchy skin or redness on or around your nipple. a change in the appearance of your nipple, such as becoming sunken into your breast.
Can breast cancer start in your armpit? A: Breast cancer can spread to any lymph nodes. Most often, it spreads first to the axillary lymph nodes (in the armpit) and then to the clavicular nodes (in the collarbone) or internal mammary nodes (in the breast).