I am a 35 year old woman with recently very sensitive breasts but especially hard nipples. When it's cold, all my life, it would hurt a little if my nipples were cold and hard. However, recently they've been more hard than usual and it takes longer to warm them up. I know it's really hot and I've got my air-conditioning going all day long but this has been ridiculous. My breast, I feel, are sensitive because of my nipples being so hard for extended periods of time. I find no matter when, morning, daytime, evening, I'm always trying to find a sweater or blanket. I know that menstration might have something to do with this but it's never been this bad. Is this because I'm getting older? I know this sounds crazy, but I'm thinking maybe I should be concerned? Interested in your opinion.
I am going through the same thing. It has totally made me loose my mind. My breast nipples are so sensive, and gives off a sensation. This is constantly, and it drives me crazy. This just started just a couple of months ago. My doctor told me to lay off of the caffeine, but it didn't help. Then he told me to take vitamin c every day, to no avail. If you hear of anthing , do contact me please. Anyone out there. I'm tired of crying!
I had the same problem and I have already laid off the caffeine and I have been on vitamin C for 2 years and that doesn't help.
I noticed your post was like a year ago so I was wondering if anythiing came of it and if so what did you do?
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