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What Might Cause Sudden Pain In The Breast
Need to find cause: It is important to figure out if the pain is in the breast or underlying muscle and factors that aggravate or relieve pain. Is it more related to physical activity or more during periods which would help differentiate the likely source. If symptoms persist or worsen, would obviously need evaluation by your physician hopefully you have had your annual mammogram, if not get one. ...Read more
Fibrocystic changes: You could have fibrocystic changes. This is the most common cause of breast pain. It can be aggravated by caffeine, stress, menstrual cycle and hormonal supplements. If you are over 40, then you should have a mammogram and ultrasound. Please get evaluated by a breast specialist. ...Read more
Hello, please what could be the likely cause of pain in the chest of the left breast that is felt in the back which is followed by dizziness.
Several poss. causes: Skipping the jokes: buttock pain can result from muscle strain, tendon injury, lumbar or sciatic nerve injury or impingement (ex. Disc herniation), over-tightened muscles (ex. Pyriformis syndrome), sacroiliac injury, sacrotuberous ligament injury, and many more. A good physical, including an osteopathic hands-on exam, can help determine the cause; manipulation is often the treatment of choice. ...Read more
TMJ dysfunction: Could be an allergy, could be muscle imbalance, could be TMJ dysfunction. See a ENT doctor. Might be a good place to start. ...Read more
See below: Muscular/skeletal (chest wall pain), monthly cycling of hormones causing breast swelling - cyclic mastalgia or fibrocystic breast changes, lung issues (pneumonia, pleuritic, bronchitis), gastroesophageal reflux (heartburn), mastitis, large pendulous breasts causing stretching of cooper's ligaments, hidradenitis suppurativa, spinal or para spinal disorders. Get checked by your physician. ...Read more
Cramp or muscle tear: If you have traveled recently, had pelvis or lower extremity surgery, have a family or personal history of blood clots then that is possible. If just sitting around when occurs, then cramp or ruptured baker's cyst. If during exercise then gastroc (calf muscle) tear. If recent increase of running or walking, then stress fracture but usually does not cause sudden pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low back pain: Could be due to a herniated disk. With an increase in abdominal pressure you increase pressure on the back. With a increase on a marginal disk you can increase it's pressure on a nerve which can cause pain in the back and the hip. Best to have it checked first hand to evaluate for something more serious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many things!: First, arthritis of the hip causes "groin" pain. However, this pain would be increased with weight bearing. A kidney stone can cause groin pain. And there are numerous gynecologic problems that refer pain to the groin. If chronic, or\severe, see your doctor. I always encourage patient to try a drug that is otc, to see if pain relief occurs. ...Read more
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