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shocks of pain in middle of one boob, please help?

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Dr. Stephen Rodrigues
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Just sore muscles.: Actually the pain could be a problem in your shoulder that maybe radiating into both places. Feel around your upper chest and back to find a super tender area. Apply constant pressure and if the pain get worse or goes away that is a trigger points which is a sore in the muscle. Heat, stretch and massage. Now...Get your mammogram and be seem by your primary doc. I like acupuncture!

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A 42-year-old member asked:

Shocks of pain in my one boob, please help?

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Dr. Robert Kent
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Number of things: This could be a number of things, from a trapped nerve, to ductal irritation to the ever concerning issue of breast cancer. You should be examined by your physician, including a breast exam. Its most likely something that will pass but it is always best to have it checked with a physical exam. Best of luck!

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