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Breast pain

Hello People,
Hope you are doing well.
This is my first post and I am writing with alot of concern. My issue started 2 weeks ago when I had severe pain in left arm and breast, mostly in the chest bone. It was extremely painful and I had to visit ER. Doctor said I am having muscular pain and it should get better with rest and medication. It got better for sometime but started again. Now the situation is that one day I have pain in my arm, neck, upper back, shoulder and breast on the right side and next day on the left side. The pain gets better with rest. I had a good sleep last night, was cautious of my sleep position so there was pain in the morning.
I am concerned that why isn't it going away? Can someone help me?
I have hypothyroidism, PCOs, two herinated discs in my lumbar spine which causes feet numbness and balance issues. This new development is worrying me like anything.
Any input is highly appreciated.
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Hello and welcome to MedHelp's forums.  Thank you for your question.  We are glad you went to the ER for your pain but now suggest that you see a primary medical doctor or general medical doctor to be examined for the ongoing problem.  This could be a number of things including something in relation to your lumbar spin issue. But you need to get a physical to uncover any other issues. As to breast cancer, I am not sure these would be considered symptoms of that but it does not seem likely. https://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/overview-breast-cancer.

Let us know if you are able to see your doctor in the very near future.  We wish you the best.
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