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Prickly Pain In Breast
I have fibrosis cysts in my breasts and I feel prickly pain around my breasts. Is there something wrong?
Breast exam: Anytime one notices a new mass, lump, bump or skin change in the breast it is very important to have this evaluated by a doctor who can help determine if any work up or testing is needed. ...Read more
What is wrong with me? Numbness and tingling all over, prickly Breast pain in right Breast that comes and goes and numbness, tingling in right hand
Need an exam: I'd recommend seeing a live doctor in office with an exam to answer this. Maybe a primary doc, internist, or neurologist can comment better but this sounds very non-specific to me. Good wishes. ...Read more
Lack of energy, always tired, moving sensation in right breast, prickly feeling and pain in breast and armpit what can be wrong?
Breast: Although breast cancer is uncommon in a 26 year old woman, this certainly must be considered in light of a breast lump and discharge. Other possible causes are breast pain that comes and goes with the monthly cycle, large breasts that pull on the ligaments of the breasts or even chest wall muscle pain. Chest wall pain is often 1-sided, burning and occurs from overuse of those muscles. ...Read more
Prickly pain stabbing burning in the breast right only and pain in armpit and numbness in right hand?
Recommend seeing: A physician. This could be a number of things. This can include nerve irritation from the neck causing the pain and numbness. Another cause could be a brachial plexus related neuropathy. This could be from injury or a mass exerting pressure on the brachial plexus. Do you have any masses in the armpit of upper out quadrant of the breast? Safest recommendation is a physical exam by doctor. ...Read more
Have gurd and going for endoscopy in a week. Having prickly pain in chest right of breast bone and some tightness...should I go to er?
Baby oil: The wettness from your sweat causes dry, irritated skin. Apply baby oil everyday. This will protect your skin from the wettness. You can also place kleenex under your breasts and change them frequently. ...Read more
Annoying feeling under right breast and armpit what can it be and numbness all over and pain all over if feels prickly help?
Breast pain: Check your breast or nodes. Have your dr examine you. ...Read more
I have this burning sensation and prickly feeling under my left armpit and across the top of left breast. What could be wrong?
Hard to tell: This could represent several things, most of which are inocuous. If symptoms persist, see your doctor. ...Read more
Breast pain with burning, feel movement in breast occasional yellow discharge, itching and prickly sensation all in right breast?
I recently changed birth control, and 3rd month taking it, my boobs started hurting. A prickly kinda hurt. They hurt 24/7. do I have breast cancer?
It is very unlikely that you have breast cancer. If your symptoms continue, you should consult your doctor for change to a different pill.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Prickly right breast, numbness in arm very tired, pain in right breast and armpit (weird feeling) no lump or discharge?
See doctor: Several things could be causing your symptoms: a plugged up milk duct in your breast, an infection (mastitis), etc. Are you breastfeeding? Do you use any birth control method, if so what? It would be best to have your doctor examine your breast and perhaps order a sonogram of the breast to see if a cause can be found. ...Read more
Pain in the right breast and armpit only like prickly no lump or discharge pimples on nipple went to doctor and said its nothing serious but worried?
Second opinion: If you're worried, why not get a second opinion. Yours is the type of problem that can really only be addressed with a physical exam, so not really going to be able to tell you definitively over the internet what the pain in your breast is due to. Commonly, hormones are the #1 cause of breast pain. But why not see another doctor for 2nd opinion so you can rest more easily. Best of luck. ...Read more
Feel soft: Breast tissue on exam in a lying down position with the breast being examined, having the hand behind the head and the opposite hand being used, should move around the breast in a clockwise position. L the breast should feel like lumpy oatmeal. A lesion in the breast would feel like someone dropped a stone into the lumpy oatmeal. ...Read more
More glands and fat: One breast formed more glands (allowing for more milk engorgement) and fatty tissue, so ended up bigger than the other. If a woman's breasts were always equal in the past, and one recently got bigger, she should have the doctor examine the breasts to be sure that there is not a more serious problem going on, such as a tumor. ...Read more
Breast: If you find your breast shrinking, you've likely either lost weight or your estrogen levels are falling, perhaps from going off the pill or impending menopause. If you're seeing shrinkage and none of those apply (especially if you also have hair loss, acne, and facial hair), consider being tested for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and see your doctor. ...Read more
Could be many things: Hormonal changes during your menstrual cycle and fibrocystic breast changes (lumpy, tender breasts) are common causes of breast pain. Pregnancy is another common cause, along with hormone replacement, large breasts, cysts, infection & inflammation. And sometimes what may seem to originate from the breast may actually be pain from somewhere else. If you suffer from breast pain, see your doctor. ...Read more
There are a few ways to enlarge the breast. The most common is to surgically enlarge the breasts with an implant (saline or silicone).
The second is to utilize your own fat from another area of the body taken and transferred into the breasts. The third approach is the use of a brava system to enlarge breasts. All of these should be discussed with a board certified plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many different things that can cause breast pain- from hormone related -especially around your menstrual cycle; infection, inflammation, fibrocyctic disease, certain food like caffeinated beverages etc- also can give you breast pain. You should go to see your gynecologist or your pmd and have a good breast examination. Breast cancer at your age is less likely. ...Read more
Normal breast tissue can sometimes feel lumpy. Some women do regular breast self-exams. Doing breast self-exams can help you learn how your breasts normally feel and make it easier to notice and find any changes. Breast self-exams are not a substitute for mammograms.
Always get breast changes checked out by your doctor. ...Read more