Breasts/nipples have been sore since puberty, never been pregnant
I'm 28 years old and completely frustrated with the over sensitivity of my breasts. I started getting breasts around age 11, and they were sore as they developed, and that soreness never went away. My nipples cannot even be touched lightly without intense pain. My breasts themselves are always tender to some degree, but much more so close to my period.
I've never been pregnant and never noticed any lactation, but I have noticed dried milk scabs on my nipples. I'm not sure if the intense pain on my nipples and breasts could be something wrong with my milk ducts? At this point I'm at a loss. I'd like to be able to feel something besides pain from my nipples.
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