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breast pain

I have Colostrum coming out of  just 1 breast and it is very sore and really heavy  what can this come from i had an miscarriage in march and then got on the depo shot in April last month i had  a period for 16 days and i have yet to have it this month shot a little spotting here and there I have received a few cramps like my period was coming on but nothing I have been feeling a little sick to my stomach almost every night I have taken a pregnancy test but it was negative what is going on? Can you please help
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correction on Line 2... *shouldn't ......not should
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1717681 tn?1308973458
hmm, well i've had a miscarriage due to unknown causes, and been on the depo shot. You should actually have anything other than light spotting when you get set up on the shot. typically while blood clotting is a danger... depending on the levels of the shot you got, it can affect how you feel. I know different forms of the pill made me very sick to my stomach and gave me headaches. when you go in after the 3 month period, talk to the doctor and let her know how you felt and see if she can do anything or has something else that might work a little better. It's unlikely that you are pregnant based on your description. your body is likely recovering from the miscarriage and returning back to its normal condition which would explain the breast soreness.
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You should see your health care provider. There are a few things that can cause this...most are harmless (such as hormones) but a couple can be more serious (breast cancer). Make an appointment as soon as you can.
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