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Is It Normal For Breast Soreness To Happen In Episodes
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
Possible: The questions would be, what type of pain? How severe? Does it resolve when your cycle ends? Does it happen every time? Any Other associated symptoms? If it's once and significant, it could be a sign of an infection, but it its common and mild, it could certainly be related to stimulation in the tissue by hormonal changes during this time. ...Read more
Is it normal for my whole body to ache during ovulation or after? Is it normal to poop more during ovulation? Is having a strong odor there normal?
Observation: 13 yr old male with nipple pain "when push or hit". Pubertal changes in males can typically involve mild temporary breast enlargement & tenderness due to hormonal fluctuations. Minor trauma to the breast can elicit discomfort. These breast changes occur early in puberty and disappear by late puberty, usually 16 to 17 yrs old. See your doctor if you have nipple discharge or pain becomes persistent. ...Read more
If anisocoria is physiologic, is it normal for it to occur spontaneously in adulthood? Is it common for the discrepancy to increase in dim light?
Anisocoria: Yes possible but must be rare if greater than 1 mm which would be hard to detect in most folks. What does your Dr. think is going on? There is a good discussion at Wikipedia. ...Read more
Is it normal to have breast pain for a week before periods? Could be related with unbalanced hormones in normal days without period ?
Breast pain: Breast pain can be CYCLICAL (ie related to your menstrual hormonal changes) or NONCYCLICAL ( ie unrelated to your menstrual hormonal changes) Cyclical breast pain can begin as early as the time of ovulation and continue until menstrual bleeding starts. Noncyclical breast pain is unrelated to hormonal changes. It is usually felt only in one breast. More consultation is needed for diagnosis. ...Read more
Weird breast pain feeling in right breast for a long time but no changes to the breast what can it be ?
I would visit: your physician for an exam to determine the etiology of the pain. ...Read more
Yes : Yes, although breast reduction surgery tends to be one of the most patient pleasing operations we perform, some degree of partial or even total numbness may occur. Fortunately, the loss of sensation experienced is usually small in surface areas and/or are transient. Best to learn about all potential risks/complications associated with breast reduction surgery prior to proceeding. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why do woman experience pain in the breast after months of weaning a baby. Not severe pain anyway but feel as if d milk in d breast is not dried ?
Breast tenderness: Many women complain of breast tenderness during their menstrual cycle. Birth control is very good at regulating the hormonal fluctuations to help with this. I am not sure we can say if it is normal for one to hurt more than the other specifically during the act of squeezing. ...Read more
Is minor heart pain after the first workout in a few months normal in 18 year old adolescent or does is it a cause of medical concern?
Not heart: 18 year olds don't get heart pain (okay, you can never say never); but unless that person is diabetic or using cocaine, it doesn't happen. More likely (much more likely!), the new workouts have made the chest muscles sore and that's the cause of symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for your breast pain to be in different areas of your breast, and not just one in early pregnancy?
For a pregnant woman, is it possible to have breast tenderness before the 'bleeding in pregnancy' that goes away after bleeding or is it pms?
Breast aug crackles: This is very common and is likely due to air trapped beneath the skin during surgery (called subcutaneous emphysema). It gets absorbed and is not a health concern unless it is associated with redness, fevers and chiils. Commonly at 3 weeks, women report a squeeking or sloshing sensation which also resolved. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
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