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Pain near breast

At times i will have pain near breast bone or in the breast whenever i strech my hands.their is no siluch lump which i can feel and i wil hav back pain as well.
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Harisha N L
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May be mastitis,cyclical pain,breast cysts, breast trauma, prior breast surgery or other factors localized to the breast. Breast pain may also start outside the breast... in the chest wall, muscles, joints or heart, for example Cyclic breast pain appears to have a strong link to hormones and your menstrual cycle. Cyclic breast pain often decreases or disappears with pregnancy or menopause...consult nearest surgeon they will help you if its not cyclical one.. Regards
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Dr. Jyoti Talukdar
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It could be due to injury. Check out with a surgeon
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Hello.. Well the pain might be muscular..I dot thi k you will have to worry unless you have it in association with the menstrual cycle...and for back pain it might be due to posture, heavy weight if you are overweight etc...so need little more history and examination...meet a physician first.. thank you
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Dr. Rama S.K
Internal Medicine 16 yrs exp Dimapur
It appears to be a myalgia
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