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I have a mild pain in my breast don't know what it is?
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In brief: Fibrocystic breast
A localized pain in the breast could be due to a breast cyst or to fibrocystic changes.
Such pain may become worse due to the increased hormones prior to the menstrual period. Breast cancer rarely causes breast pain, but if the pain persists more than 2 weeks or if you can feel a lump in your breast, you should see your doctor.

In brief: Fibrocystic breast
A localized pain in the breast could be due to a breast cyst or to fibrocystic changes.
Such pain may become worse due to the increased hormones prior to the menstrual period. Breast cancer rarely causes breast pain, but if the pain persists more than 2 weeks or if you can feel a lump in your breast, you should see your doctor.
Dr. Katherine Sutherland
Dr. Katherine Sutherland
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Fibrocystic breast
A localized pain in the breast could be due to a breast cyst or to fibrocystic changes.
Such pain may become worse due to the increased hormones prior to the menstrual period. Breast cancer rarely causes breast pain, but if the pain persists more than 2 weeks or if you can feel a lump in your breast, you should see your doctor.

In brief: Fibrocystic breast
A localized pain in the breast could be due to a breast cyst or to fibrocystic changes.
Such pain may become worse due to the increased hormones prior to the menstrual period. Breast cancer rarely causes breast pain, but if the pain persists more than 2 weeks or if you can feel a lump in your breast, you should see your doctor.
Dr. Katherine Sutherland
Dr. Katherine Sutherland
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