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Breast pain

(6 Posts)
ditavonteesed Sat 17-Nov-12 18:22:09

dont scare me, I am intentionally not googling, and I fully intend to go to the doc onn mon if it hasnt gone away. my left breast really hurts, it is to one side of the nipple and I keep getting a kind of breastfeeding pain (iyswim) deep in breat and nipple area, it has only come on this morning. I really just want you to tell me that it is something non descript. I shampooed all the carpets in the house yesterday could I ave pulled something also dd's are always elbowing me in boobs and they are quite big.
So really its ok isnt it?

FancyPuffin Sat 17-Nov-12 18:26:28

It's fine <stern>

Have you squeezed your nipple to see if you have any discharge? It is totally possible that you have pulled something.

I had to go to see a breast consultant on Thursday, he (wrongly) thought I was suffering with breast pain and gave me a booklet choc full of (benign) reasons for breast pain.

You'll be fine

(((puffin Hug)))

ditavonteesed Sat 17-Nov-12 18:30:42

no I havent, I will when I go to get dressed for tonight in a min. thanks though so there are lots of random reasons, I am guessing I have pulled something as my hip was really dodgy last night as well.

MaryAnnSingleton Sat 17-Nov-12 18:32:34

best to get it checked on Monday if still painful- but most likely to not be anything worrying - nasty things aren't usually p[ainful.Good luck !

UsedToBeAContender Sat 17-Nov-12 18:33:02

I've had this too but checked every inch for lumps and had none of the other symptoms of what we're all afraid of. Turned out my period was just taking it's time to start and once I'd started they died away.

I often will get some random shooting pain somewhere and then it just goes away after a while. Makes you wonder what your body is up to!

ditavonteesed Sat 17-Nov-12 18:46:32

thanks, dh wondered if I was due, they do normally hurt, but not as much and not as localised. will obviously keep a close eye.

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