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I have really bad anxiety but Recently I can't shake the feeling like I'm about to have a heart attack because my left arm hurts to touch and move and sometimes my left breast hurts what should I do?

New onset? Do you have a pattern of getting really anxious about your health or even minor symptoms? If yes, seeing a therapist might help. However if you are suffering from significant pain of unknown cause than medical assessment may help to figure out what is going on. Read more...

Pulling feeling in left breast. It goes from my armpit into my breast. I am 23 years old, period due in 2 days. I have large breast, maybe too heavy?

If. your symptom doesn't improve after your period starts you might have an exam. Also, it is common for women to have rib pain especially if they are well endowed. A good Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.). Or Chiropractic can evaluate and treat this. . Read more...

The week or 2 before my period starts I get very lumpy breasts but this month I have a lump in my armpit...Is that normal? I recently had a mammogram (2 months ago) but not sure if a mammo checks the armpit area...Please advise.

Likely breast tissue. It is very common for breast tissue to extend into the underarm. The premenstrual swelling is very common. Unfortunately mammograms do not pick up underarm lesions well. If you can feel a mass u should see your doctor. She or he can reassure you that it is normal or otherwise. Read more...

Breast pain in left breast, feels swollen, bruise forming, glands are sore under armpit, burning feeling.?

Need in-person eval. These symptoms could be a number of things: cystic changes, abscess, breast cancer. You should contact your primary care doctor and ask to be referred to a breast specialist (breast surgeon). You also need a mammogram and ultrasound. Read more...

My left breast hurts on the side and in the armpit. Could it be breast cancer?

Mastalgia. Breast pain is not usually a sign of cancer and is more commonly related to fibrocystic changes or simple mastalgia. However, you should be examined by your gynecologist and or breast surgeon or general surgeon to help figure out what is going on also imaging with an ultrasound could be helpful and or mammography. Read more...
Not likely. Pain is not a usual feature of breast cancer. Is there a mass or lump? If there is a lump, see your doctor immediately. Does your bra fit well on both sides? Do mention this to your doctor at your next visit. Read more...