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Dr. Yash Khanna
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Stinging pain under left breast. I'm male.

Stinging pain under left breast. I'm male.

Needs to be checked: At your age any pain in in left chest needs to be checked.It may be due to chest wall pain, due to gastro esophageal reflux, cardiac pain or from the lungs. Only way we can say what it may be from by taking a detailed history, doing comprehensive physical exam and if indicated doing imaging tests, blood tests, ekg etc. So get it checked by your doctor. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. John Barbuto
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Weak, constant breast pain burning, stinging and pain in breast, numbness and tingling, constant magraine, always tired and always in pain?

Weak, constant breast pain  burning, stinging and pain in breast, numbness and tingling, constant magraine, always tired and always in pain?

Complex: First, you need "adequate" tests. If something can be seen to explain your symptoms then you (and your doctor) will be much more satisfied. "Adequate" is tricky - doesn't mean "do everything" but does mean look with reasonable thoroughness. If tests negative and symptoms chronic then stress biology a common answer. Chronic stress heightens pain response and causes many other nerve symptoms. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Cesar Sturla
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Dr. Philip Miller
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It's a sharp stinging pain. Mainly in one breast. It happens when I lay on heat or randomly throughout the day. I am a 26 year old female with no chil?

It's a sharp stinging pain. Mainly in one breast. It happens when I lay on heat or randomly throughout the day. I am a 26 year old female with no chil?

Breast exam: Certainly call for a breast exam and breast ultrasound. Avoid any heavy under-wire bras and examine your own breasts regularly for any lumps or bumps. ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Rosen
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Is stinging and pain in your breast a sign of cancer. ?

Is stinging and pain in your breast a sign of cancer. ?

It can be.: Most people who i see in my practice for evaluation of breast pain do not have cancer. Nevertheless, breast cancer can cause pain, and any new symptom that persists warrants clinical evaluation. I recommend that you schedule an office visit with your primary care physician or gynecologist. ...Read more

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Dr. Louise Andrew
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Burning stinging pain feeling in left breast what could it be ?

Burning stinging pain feeling in left breast what could it be ?

Something: If no injury and no rash (and no implants) this could be somewhat serious, especially if there is heat or redness or any thickening. You should get it checked. ...Read more

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Dr. Armando Russo
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Why do I get a stinging throbbing pain under my breast on my right and left side? It hurts bad..

Why do I get a stinging  throbbing pain under my breast on my right and left side? It hurts bad..

Fluid retention: In women of your age, hormonal caused fluid retention or sensitivity to caffeine are the teo most common causes especially if you have hormonaly sensitive breasts. ...Read more

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Dr. Matthew Wilson
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Male 38..Intermittent sharp/sting like pain (underneath left breast/lateral chest area), seems to occur with physical activity..What can it be..Why?

Male 38..Intermittent sharp/sting like pain (underneath left breast/lateral chest area), seems to occur with physical activity..What can it be..Why?

See a doctor: You could be experiencing angina (which is pain in chest from blocked blood flow to heart), or precordial catch syndrome, or heartburn, or other. Some of the potential causes for your pain are life-threatening. Go to doctor right away. ...Read more

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Dr. John Chiu
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Is it possible that I have heart burn? I have this stinging pain above my right breast lately

Is it possible that I have heart burn? I have this stinging pain above my right breast lately

Unusual: Heat burns usually occur at the area between the ribs in the center part of the upper abdomen. Your problem may be from an inflammation at the rib areas. Do see your doctor if this is not relieved by ibuprofen. ...Read more

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Dr. Ayisha Gani
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Chest discomfort ; feeling in throat ;few days ago stinging nerve like pain along breast/chest/rib areas. any help greatly appreciated. thanks.

Chest discomfort ; feeling in throat ;few days ago stinging nerve like pain along breast/chest/rib areas. any help greatly appreciated. thanks.

Atypical chest pain: At your age probably not from the heart. The causes to be considered are pleuritis, pericarditis that is lining of the lung or heart irritation. Esophageal spasm, costochondral irritation, muscular pain etc, etc. Need more detailed history and exam so that you could be helped ...Read more

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