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Shooting Pain In Breasts
Have pof -recently stopped hrt, now having symptoms of menstruation like discharge lower back ache shooting pain in breasts but still have hot flushes?
See a doctor: Its difficult to know what's causing the pain in your breasts without more information, a physical exam, and possibly diagnostic testing. Would definitely speak with your family doctor or ob/gyn specialist. Good luck! ...Read more
Not sure: Have your md evaluate your breasts sonsidering your symptoms. ...Read more
Sharp Rt Breast Pain: Hello. Do you have any family history of breast cancer or non cancerous breast conditions? Are you noting anything in your right chest wall. Are you a smoker? It will ease your mind to see your GYN and image your right breast. Could be as simple as an ultrasound to determine why you are getting these symptoms. ...Read more
Hi im 26... i get shooting pain in left breast and back that comes and goes.also i feel bloated... but the pain worries me alot..should i be concerned?
Maybe: Without more detail it's not possible to tell whether this is a serious issue or not. If you are using any type of hormonal contraception, the pain may be serious, especially if it is worse with deep breathing and you have shortness of breath or coughing up blood. The best way to answer your question is to get seen by a doctor in real life. Call your doctor and make an appointment 2day if possible ...Read more
When my elbow is up on the table for a long time I get this shooting pain to my breast area and discomfort in shoulderblade can pinch nerv do this ?
Nerve pathways: People use the term pinched w/o accuracy, but Yes, this likely does follow a nerve pathway. Knowing it's a long time helps. Don't do it w/o freq breaks or changes of position or an ergonomic corrective. A DO, chiropractor, PT, OT, etc. can advise you. Modern work settings put us a risk for this if we're not careful. ...Read more
Im breastfeeding, for the past week i've been getting this random shooting pain in my breast that goes from the base to near my nipplewhat could it be?
Probably OK: The glandular tissue in the breast, as well as the connective tissue between the glands, does get stretched a lot during breastfeeding. Most likely you are feeling these normal breast changes. But if your breast becomes red and swollen, or pain becomes significant, it may mean an infection. In that case, you should see your OB doctor. ...Read more
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