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Does breast soreness come and go during pregnancy?

Does breast soreness come and go during pregnancy?

It may: That is not an uncommon experience. As your hormonal levels change and milk production begins you may experience soreness in the breast. ...Read more

Dr. Louis Gallia
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Does nipple pain come and go in first trimester?

Yes: The rising Progesterone level due to pregnancy will cause an increase in nipple sensitivity and can cause some nipple pain. If there is discolored discharge from the nipple you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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My breasts hurt all the time, hysterectomy in 2010, but get the heavy pain and even some leaking common in pregnancy, no lumps felt though.?

My breasts hurt all the time, hysterectomy in 2010, but get the heavy pain and even some leaking common in pregnancy, no lumps felt though.?

Probably hormones: You didn't mention if your ovaries were removed with the hysterectomy or if you were placed on hormone replacement therapy..These along with age related changes can affect hormone balance in your body. A hormone called prolactin can cause milk discharge, and changes in estrogen can create breast tenderness. Get a breast examination and hormone panel blood test at your doctor to evaluate properly. ...Read more

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White discharge, slight pain in breast, 3 days period miss and wetness in the bottom.Are these signs of pregnancy?When can I test?

White discharge, slight pain in breast, 3 days period miss and wetness in the bottom.Are these signs of pregnancy?When can I test?

Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more

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In cases of ovarian cancer does the abdominal pain go away and come back or is it constant?

It is quite variable: Abdominal pain is not always present in patients who have ovarian cancer. There is often discomfort or some pain but not severe and not constant. Unless the tumor causes intestinal blockage, pain is not constant. So most patients do not suffer from pain unless it is far advanced cancer which has been there for many years and no longer treatable. ...Read more

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Irregular cycle sensitive breast and nipples with lower abdominal and back pain and nausea at night how to know if its a sign of my period or pregnant?

Irregular cycle sensitive breast and nipples with lower abdominal and back pain and nausea at night how to know if its a sign of my period or pregnant?

Pregnancy: If you are sexually active and not using birth control then take a pregnancy test. Back pain, sensitive breasts, and nausea are associated with early pregnancy. Oral birth control pills can help regulate your periods. Discuss with your gynecologist. ...Read more

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Can we use almond oil for breast massage in pregnancy due reduce the pain n tenderness? I have breast tissue in my left breast checked by doctor.

Can we use almond oil for breast massage in pregnancy due reduce the pain n tenderness? I have breast tissue in my left breast checked by doctor.

In moderation but...: I was surprised to find a study suggesting that women who regularly used almond oil for abdominal massage during pregnancy had increased risk of premature birth but more research is needed. Occasional use for breast massage might be fine but I would advise coconut oil instead. See http://tinyurl.com/n69qz8s and http://tinyurl.com/kddujov ...Read more

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Is it normal for pregnancy symptoms to go away around nine weeks (like n/v and breast tenderness?)

Is it normal for pregnancy symptoms to go away around nine weeks (like n/v and breast tenderness?)

Yes: Frequently pregnancy symptoms are worse very early in pregnancy and tend to improve as you get close 14 weeks and beyond. Best wishes! ...Read more

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In the morning I have severe stomach cramps and loose stool. This will occur for a week or two and go away then come back. Otherwise healthy, no pain?

In the morning I have severe stomach cramps and loose stool. This will occur for a week or two and go away then come back. Otherwise healthy, no pain?

Get GI evaluation: It's difficult to say for sure without detailed history and exam, however your symptoms could be from excessive acid, irritable bowel or chronic inflammation. Start by seeing your PCP, who will then refer you to a GI specialist if indicated. You need to establish a relationship with a local primary care physician to help you get the best care available. ...Read more

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Nausea stomach pain breast hurt and increase in discharge early pregnancy symptoms or pre period? Not surw when suppose to start also have pcos

Nausea stomach pain breast hurt and increase in discharge early pregnancy symptoms or pre period? Not surw when suppose to start also have pcos

Use pregnancy test: These are symptoms of estrogen surge, which happens in early pregnancy and also at ovulation. If you have irregular periods and have had any sexual contact, then the only way to know if you're pregnant is a pregnancy test. If you have a sexual partner and don't wish to become pregnant, you need to use birth control. ...Read more

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Recently got nipple piercings. Sleeps in bra to hold tissue on the nipple to get any blood that comes out. Woke up with pain in underarm. Can it be because of breast cancer?

Recently got nipple piercings. Sleeps in bra to hold tissue on the nipple to get any blood that comes out. Woke up with pain in underarm. Can it be because of breast cancer?

Here are some...: Be checked if there is inflammation of regional lymph node related with possible nipple-piercing infection. This is logical and the odd to have breast cancer in your scenario is almost next to zero. How to get all related things done correctly for good care? Follow advise in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more

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Do blood clots in the calve does the pain come and go and move sides?

Do blood clots in the calve does the pain come and go and move sides?

No: Discomfort will stay in distribution of clot, and may see some swelling of the lower leg / ankle, some redness in the area of the pain, and the skin my get warmer than surrounding area, a little tense and shiny looking. If these occurring, or particularly if recent travel / immobility, should see dr for evaluation and rx for ultrasound of vessels to confirm / rule out. ...Read more

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37 weeks pregnant back pain and stomach cramps, intense some hours. Does not ease with position change. Braxton hicks or go to doctor?

37 weeks pregnant back pain and stomach cramps, intense some hours. Does not ease with position change.  Braxton hicks or go to doctor?

Go to doctor: Braxton hicks contractions can occur at this stage of pregnancy, however there are other things that could be going on. Questions to answer would be: do you still feel baby moving, has there been a loss of fluid from the vagina, any bleeding or spotting? At this stage of pregnancy, it would be advised to at least contact your ob/gyns office for further advice and possible appointment. ...Read more

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If I have cyclic or noncyclical breast pain, more so in the right breast, could it cause the burning I feel in my side by breast?

Caffeine?: Cyclic breast pain may be due to normal changes in your hormones while non cyclic breast pain may be cause by both hormones and other factors such as caffeine, cysts etc. First do a thorough self breast exam to make sure you have no lesions in your breasts, if you do go see your OBGYN. Reduce caffeine intake, wear a good supportive bra and use motirn as last resort. See your OBGYN if it persisits. ...Read more

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Breast Pain (Definition)

Breast pain is common. It is typically experienced during the menstrual period. Pain can range from mild tenderness, burning, dull ache, sharp or stabbing. It can be experienced in 1 or both breasts. Fibrocystic changes is the most common cause of breast pain. Hormonal medications (birth control, hormones) can cause pain as well. Infection ...Read more