I'm 28 years old and have experienced considerable breast pain and swelling over the last week. I'm 2 weeks from my next period, my breasts went from a 34 B to a 34 C over this week. Walking causes pain, going down stairs is almost unbarable due to the pain. I was a late bloomer I didn't get my first period until I was 17 however I don't think I could still be growing. I haven't changed my eating or drinking habits and I'm not pregnant. When I feel my breasts it feels as though there is a large apricot pit in both breasts, they're very tender and heavy. My nipples have also gotten larger. I'm very confused and I have no health insurance so I can't just very well go to the doctors. If anyone can give me some insight I would truly appreciate it. Thank you very much.
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