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Breast pain
I know its normal before periods one can feel breast pain. But is it normal when i start to feel the pain 8 days after my periods are over and the pain remains till the next period starts. Please let me know if i need to get a physical check. Because i cannot bear any pressure on my breasts as it starts to pain with any little pressure. Also the touch in both feels different now. In Lower side of breasts i feel like knots. I dont know as i have recently lost almost 8.5 kgs weight through diet.
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Do u have family history of breast Ca? Do u have done self breast exam ? Do u have found any nodule , lump ? Is there any change in size and texture of nipple/ areola ? Or change in skin texture. It can be early signs , including any watery discharge from nipples and should not ne ignored. Tenderness can be due to underlying abscess/pus or infection.do u have fever or any other complaints or on any other harmonal medications or contraceptive pills.consult me here on practo or free whatsapp 97166 *33* 129
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Hi, Frequent pains are not good and should not be taken lightly. Get yourself evaluated and examined.
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Check for lumps For Cyclical mastalgia you can take treatment
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Get your self evaluated
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