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A 49-year-old member asked:

I feel a bruised type of pain in my left breast, what could it be?

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Dr. Mark Hoepfner
Surgery 39 years experience
Exam: Breast changes or concerns needs a physical exam with a doctor. Have you been having yearly mammograms since age 40? Breast tenderness by itself is usually not a concerning development by itself, and can represent hormonal changes, fibrocystic breast condition, etc. But it still needs to be examined with your doctor.

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What can cause pain in my left breast?

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Dr. Otto Placik
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See your doctor soon: Have you done a self breast exam? Also have you had any breast surgeries, implants, etc? Not knowing too much of your situation, i would suggest you go to your doctor asap and if it gets very bad or you get unusually bad swelling, go to the er. Best of luck!
Last updated Sep 22, 2014

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