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The majority of such lumps are due to a benign and harmless cause such as fibrocystic breast or a fibroadenoma. You should not worry about cancer especially since you have been examined by your doctor. Cancer will cause an obvious and prominent lump and nipple/skin changes. You can have an ultrasound examination to detect the lump and to confirm that it is indeed benign and not worrisome.
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What you are describing is the characteristic finding in fibrocystic breasts and you should not worry regarding this.
This is a vague swelling (appears and disappears) which can be palpated only by the patient and not by others and such a swelling is due to the fibrocystic breast. It does not matter in this case whether it is movable or not. Only with a large prominent swelling, the clinical finding of attachment is relevant.
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Regarding the bone pain under the breasts, this appears to be a part of the generalized bone pain that you are having. Breast cancer even when spread to the bones will not cause such widespread bone pain. You can relax since only a very large and obviously palpable breast cancer will start spreading to other locations.
I don't think that there is any concern for breast cancer in your case and your main concern is health anxiety. You should consult a psychologist to treat your health anxiety. Doing mindfulness meditation will also help.
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