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Causes Of Tingling In Breast
What would cause burning tingling pain in left breast? Pain covers entire breast. Doc says heart is ok.
Can anxiety cause tingling in tops of breasts, fingers. Back and shoulder pain. Shortness of breath. All while NOT in the midst of a panic attack?
Is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, appetite changes, palpitations, and pain. Rec.: see your PCP for evaluation.
What can cause breast tingling and soreness an feeling heavy. With sometimes feeling lazy and tired with alittle nausea?
18 y/o female with tingling in armpit/breast area several times daily for about 2 weeks. I don't know what the cause is.
Avoid any tight bra for the foreseeable future, also avoid breast stimulation by your partner, or by yourself
If symptoms continue, or become worse see a breast specialist. ...Read more
I am on clomid (2-6).Today cd11 I have tingling sensation on breast as well as nipples both sides on and off. What causes this? Am I gng to ovulate?
Probably hormones: Does not sound serious but probably just the wide fluctuations in hormones that you are experiencing. ...Read more
Variety: Sensations like this are sometimes related to menstrual changes. If there is any unusual skin redness or nipple discharge this would be worrisome for an infection of the milk duct. If the discomfort persists, you should see your doctor for an exam and possibly an ultrasound. Keep notes about when the pain started, and what factors make it better or worse. ...Read more
What would cause 1 stabbing pain directly in between breasts in center of chest? Left shoulderblade pain and tingling in fingers left hand earlier.
What causes burning pain in left shoulderblade, around to front under breast? Tingling in fingers and ache in arm. Comes and goes. Doc says heart ok
Ummm...Well....: You just described it....it feels like TINGLING SENSATION...like pins and needles, fizzing, prickling, sticking, pinching....need more descriptors? And it's all in the breast or chest. I hope I added something to your information because frankly I thought you best and most succinctly described it as a "tingling sensation in the breast." And there it is! Cheers! ...Read more
See you doc:
Cancers are not typically painful or symptomatic. There are breast conditions that affect to skin of the nipple, like paget's disease
which can be symptomatic. ...Read more
Don't worry: There are so many reasons for breast tenderness it's usually impossible to explain. There's also usually nothing to worry about. If it becomes a pattern you should ask your doctor to check it out. ...Read more
Yes could be: As long as you are pregnant or have recently conceived. However this is usually followed by breast engorgement and pain followed by lactation. ...Read more
Breast symptoms: Depending on your age, weight, and whether you are taking oral contraceptives or are having "natural" menstrual periods, it is difficult to provide a response. Breasts react to hormonal changes, and can develop simple cysts which can produce occasional symptoms. See your gyn provider for an exam and possibly for a digital mammogram. ...Read more
Maybe Chest Wall?: Sorting out different causes of breast pain starts with determining if the pain is coming from the breast tissue or the chest wall. Favoring the former includes variation w/menstrual cycle; favoring the latter is relation to activity and post-menopausal state. I recommend that you see your gyne or primary care dr. To help sort thru this. Good luck. ...Read more
Hello! I am 34 years old and have a tingling sensation to the left side of my breast that can be felt in my upper back. At times, I can feel a dull/achy pain under my breast that comes and goes. I've had this for about a month. 2 weeks ago, I went to the
Nerve pain: This symptom may be due to an irritable or pinched nerve emanating from the spine and wrapping around the rib cage so that the discomfort is also felt around or under the breast. Avoid all stess on your upper back or your rib cage. If your symptoms persist and there is no breast problem, consult your physician or an orthopedic surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more