OK so I never thought I’d post a boob picture on Facebook but I thought I would before it gets chopped off next week. So here it is…. This is all I found on my boob. Very subtle dimples underneath that could easily be missed when we’re all rushing round getting ready in a morning. Please take time to look at your boobs. It could save you[r] life.Royle’s sister, Claire Osmond, set up a Share A Gift fundraiser page to pay for medical care, a wig, post-op bras and a Florida vacation for her strong, cancer battling sister. Bodyrocking ladies, make sure you always self examine once a month - better safe than sorry.
It's safe to say that most of us know the obvious breast cancer red flags: like finding a lump in the breast or rapid changes in size or shape. That being said, there are more subtle symptoms that can play a factor in a breast cancer diagnosis - and thanks to one 42-year old mother, Lisa Royle, who shared a photo of her breast on Facebook - we have a better idea of just how little a sign can be. The picture simple shows a dimple below her breast. The caption on her photo read: