6. Skin irritation.
Breast cancer can cause changes and inflammation in skin cells that can lead to texture changes. Examples of these texture changes include:
scaly skin around the nipple and areola, as though the skin is sunburned or extremely dry
skin thickening in any part of the breast
These changes may also cause itching, which people often associate with breast cancer, although it is not common.
These skin changes may be symptomatic of a rare breast cancer type called Paget’s disease.
Texture changes can also occur as a result of benign skin conditions, including dermatitis and eczema.
So If you see skin irritation could be a sign of breast cancer. But sometimes it may not be. So you should go to the specialist doctor to make sure.