Who doesn't want the right kind of changes in their breasts--growth, improved perkiness, etc.? Unfortunately, the kind of breast changes we're talking about here are the BAD kind! One of the most common signs of breast cancer is lumps in the breasts, but it isn't the ONLY sign. If you notice that the skin of your breasts is becoming puckered or dimpled, it's another indication that there may be something wrong. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Source: thebestproducts.info[/caption] Some women notice that their nipples invert (turn inward) when the breast cancer first forms, while others notice fluid discharge leaking from their nipples. The skin of the breast or nipple may become red or scaly, another indication that something is going on under your skin. If you notice any odd changes in the "gals", it's time to get them checked out. The physical exam is one way to be sure that there is nothing wrong, but you may need to get a mammogram or have a small piece of breast tissue biopsied to ensure that there is no cancer.