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Be seen!!!: If this occurred without trauma you should see a physician for an exam. If you experienced trauma to this area, give it time to heal. If it heals slowly or doesn't heal (lump and bruise do not diminish) go see your doctor. All serious diseases (including cancer) of the breast are best diagnosed and treated early. ...Read more
Breast pain: You should probably see your doctor as soon as you can to get that diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
I hit my chest against a wooden banister. Should I be worried about a small bruise around my nipple?
Bruise: Bruising the breast obviously going to be sore for several days may even be weeks. Nothing need to worry about unless signs of infection shows up. Watch for redness, warmth and increasing tenderness and fever, otherwise icing and non steroidal anti inflammatory like advil or aleve (naproxen) should help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hit my chest on a bannister. I have a small bruise near my nipple. Should I be worried since its on the same side as my heart? its light brown.
The tips of my nipples are bruised. They have not been touched or injured. My breasts feel full and achy. I am post menopausal. What could it be?
My nipples feel bruised and i know i'm ovulating because of my period tracker, can it be because of that?
My nipples feel bruised. Last month my period was mostly light brown which isn't normal, and i'm not on birth control anymore. What's wrong?
I was in the shower when I noticed that I had a bruise on the right side of my left nipple, should I be worried? Maybe I slept on it wrong?
Wait a few days: If it fades in a few days like any other bruise, it was not a serious problem. ...Read more