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Ovulation And Breast Lumps
What does a breast lump feel like? Noticed raised movable circle abt 2 fingers wide. Feels like other tissue just raised. During ovulation
Get medical checkup:
Most breast lumps can be felt as harder tumors but you need to use the flat part of your fingers rolled over the area of concern. If you feel a distinct MASS/LUMP,
WHICH IS HARDER THAN REST OF your breast, then you should get it checked by your doctor for the sake of confirmation. ...Read more
My breasts are very painful. I have no lumps, I'm not on my period or pms, and I ovulated 5 days ago so this isn't pregnancy related What could it be?
Need more info: Your symptoms can be as a result of many things. At your age it is quite uncommon for the cause to be cancer. It could be due to something simple like fluid retention or an ill fitting bra or hormone imbalance. You really should see your primary care physician for an exam to get an answer and ease your mind. ...Read more
Yes: Breast soreness related to ovulation is usually over w/i 1 to 2 days. Breast soreness can occur due to stretching from increased fluid retention. Breast pain can occur in conjunction w premenstrual syndrome, ovulation, period, pregnancy, hormone imbalance or use of oral contraceptives. ...Read more
Maybe: Breast swelling/congestion is pretty common but I'm afraid it's also non-specific. Sorry, 'maybe' is all I can say. ...Read more
A day or two: Breast fullness and tenderness should go away in 1-2 days or at most 3-5 days, if it continues see your doctor. ...Read more
Either: You might feel these things before, during, or after; they're not specific. ...Read more
Possible: I suppose that is possible but seems not very likely. ...Read more
I should be ovulating but have no discharge. Also my breasts remained bigger after my last period. Is ths normal?
8 weeks post op hysterectomy everything but ovaries. Breasts swell and hurt ALL THE TIME. Not just with ovulation. Normal? Permanent? Why??!
Contact your surgeon: Even though your ovaries are still present, the amount of circulating hormone may be disproportionate with estrogen only being secreted. This happens when ovulation is not ongoing and able to produce progesterone to balance the "equation" resulting in breast swelling. Contact your GYN surgeon and find out what is going on in your case. ...Read more
Hi I supposedly ovulated on the 9/10, my breast was really soar (sensitive)on the 9/14, Today my breast are feeling abit warmer? What can it be
Breast sore: The signs of infections often are soreness and warm skin. Just to be safe see your physician so if you have an infection you can be treated. ...Read more
No: How your breasts feel tells you nothign at all to do with whether you ovulated. ...Read more
My ovulation ended at 13th dec but now im experiencing breast tendreness from 17 th dec. What does it means?
After ovulating did the breast feel hurt? When I touch my breast its feel hurt not extremly. Is that worry? Please..
There is nothing: To worry about at this stage. Hormones can cause a lot of changes in our bodies. Some women experience breast tenderness round the time they are ovulating and it can continue until they have their menstrual period. some women who are sexually active will be concerned about pregnancy. ...Read more
This is the second time of ovulation that my breasts are very sore and hot. I never used to get that symptom. Why am I suddenly getting this?
Ovulation breast: At the time of ovulation there is a surge in luteinizing hormone, commonly known as lh surge. Associated with this is an increase in production of progesterone, one of the two main hormones made by your ovary. Progesterone is thermogenic usually at higher levels than during your cycle but with breast tenderness which is not uncommon the sensation of warmth is possible. ...Read more
Breasts sensitive and painful, finished period 6 days ago... Usually have 21-25 day cycle so now on day 11, can it be that ovulation is approaching?
Possible: This the right time to ovulate since you have 25 day cycle so could have ovulated. ...Read more
If I lay on my back and press on my breasts, they feel painful and tender w/ sharp pain in places. Is it just ovulation doing this or something else?
HT Topic pages: Here is a link to the healthtap topic page on sensitive breasts. Here you will find many answers on this frequently covered subject. An examination is needed to determine if any testing should be done. Common causes: cysts, hormonal changes, weight gain, ill fitting bras, changes in exercise and diet, medications and others. Https://www. Healthtap. Com/#topics/Breast-pain ...Read more
Cyclical breast pain: Cyclical breast pain is believed to be related to the hormone prolactin. Elevated levels of prolactin are associated with breast pain, especially in women with fibrocystic breast disease. Prolactin levels increase right after ovulation to suppress a second ovulation to ensure only one viable ovum is produced at a time. Fraternal twins can result when the system doesn't quite work as expected. ...Read more