hi i wrote on the 23rd of this month and i found a painful lump in my left breast but when i went to the doctor they said i have several lumps in both breast but the left breast was the only one that hurted really bad than now i feel no pain in either breast but the lumps are still there
i have an appointment on the first for an ultrasound to see what it could be but all i wanted to know is why would one breast hurt and not the other if she found lumps on both side what could be the differance like i alway had on and off pain from time to time not often and ussally on both sides this was the first time i experianced pain like that i couldn't even touch my breast even when i stayed still i had an uncomfortably feeling but when i had to walk it was unbareable its hard to really discribe so if someone has been through this and can aswer some of my questions i would really appreciate it thank you all for your time
I have fibrocystic lumps in both of my breasts. Most of the
time, I have more pain in my left breast than in the right.
It could be they're in a wierd spot close to a nerve. I was
told to cut back on caffiene. I have and it has helped.
whats fibrocystic lumps i've read this word before but i don't know what it means can you explain how do women get it and how do you cure it or is it curable is it serious sorry asking alot i'm just nervious and trying to get as much info as possible thank you so much for viewing my post i'll check back to see if you can help me understand what it can cause fibrocystic lumps
thanks again verrrrrry much
It's fleshy lumps that can develop. They're usually genetic,
so check in with the women in your family to see if there
is a family history of fibroidcystic breasts. My mother, my
sister, and I all have this condition. Keep updated on your
mammograms - every year if you can. Your doctor can give
you advice about how to reduce them and have them become
less painful. Good luck!
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