I keep getting a pain on my left side. Starting on my left breast, to just under armpit to my upper arm ending just by my elbow. What is it pls?

Muscle pull. This could be a muscle pull. Try icy hot patch and anti-inflammatory over the counter. Should get better in short time. Its most likely not related to any breast problem/cancer.

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