Natasha, we are not doctors here, just well-read breast cancer survivors, so we can not say what is wrong with your breast. The two lumps you feel could be pressing on a nerve causing a burning sensation, or something else could be wrong. Usually breast pain is not a breast cancer symptom, so try not to worry about this. If you are premenopausal, you could wait a week or two to see if the lumps and pain go away when your period starts. Sometimes lumps are harmless fluid-filled cysts that go away as hormones change over the course of the month. However, when lumps and/or pain persist, you need to have a doctor check you out. There is no way to know for sure whether your symptoms could be an infection or cancer related. Of course, if the pain gets worse, or if you develop a fever, redness or swelling, call the doctor right away.
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