i have fibrocystic breasts so i feel lumps pretty much all over, what worries me is the extreme pain and burning sensation i have on my breasts especially my right and the pain is all the time not just during menstrual , if i just gently press the pain is unberable. is this something i should be concerned about? and why does this happen? im 33 now and ive never had a mammogram, should i have one done?
Fibrocystic breast disease is very common and as frightening as discovering lumps in your breast is, it's important to remember the majority of breast lumps are not cancerous. However, all breasts lumps must be investigated to rule out breast cancer and/or to begin immediate treatment if breast cancer is diagnosed. Vitamin E can help reduce symptoms associated with fibrocystic breast changes.Also try to limit your caffeine intake(Coffee,tea,chocolate colas) and salt. Other vitamin suggestions include vitamin B6, a B complex, and magnesium. Please make an appointment with your doctor for a clinical exam and let him/her know before taking any vitamin supplements.Best wishes..
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