I was idagnosed with Fibro 5 years ago. Over the past 9 months I have been having breast pain in my right breast. It is def. not cyclical pain. My primary and ob/gym are trying to figure it out. I will be going to see a breast specialist in a couple of weeks. Any thoughts?
Could it be referral pain from another spot? I have some spots in my breasts that hurt from time to time. When I've had massage work (front chest and shoulders/back) it seems to link to them. It's not an intense or sharp pain, but noticable and distracting. I remember asking a gyno once about it so it's not trivial. (All she repeatedly said is "it's not cancer" - which wasn't what I'd asked her. Didn't go back to her.)
Referral-wise pain sometimes my right hand shakes and there's a muscle spot on my shoulder I can work on that then stops the tendency for a while. Kinda freaky.
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