Of course, that’s not to say you should stop inspecting your breasts. In the new study, 83% of the women who had breast cancer symptoms and were diagnosed found a lump first. But a little more awareness of other signs can’t hurt. “Our results highlight opportunities for a shift in emphasis in symptom awareness campaigns toward breast symptoms other than breast lump,” the researchers write. “If women notice any changes in their breasts, they need to have a professional evaluate them,” Weber agrees. “Talk to a doctor about anything that looks different from their normal appearance.” Here are a few of those symptoms to watch out for.