If you find a lump or bump in your breast, it’s natural to be concerned. That said, it’s not uncommon for teenage girls to feel a lump or bump in the breast, and the good news is, for teenagers, these lumps are almost always benign. Still, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor or pediatrician if your teenager finds one. In this video, Dr. Jesse Vrecenak tells us why some teenage girls develop breast lumps during adolescence, as their bodies change. Also, learn what to expect when you see your doctor for an assessment.