what causes shooting pain under right arm pit
GO TO THE DOCTOR AND TELL YOUR MOM. These are all signs of breast cancer i would know i had it around your age and I'm glad i went otherwise id be dead!
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Do you have PMS?
Mastodynia or mastalgia is the medical term meaning breast pain.
There are many reasons for getting pain around the breast. 1. Sucking or squeezing the breast/nipples 2. Hormonal changes 3. Might be a sign of cancer. Get it checked with a doctor 4. Your breast may be growing if you have not grown completely, meaning you are still in adolescence
That would be the anti eyebrow.
most of the time it does. If you have been doing upper body work outs then it probably means your just sore from that.
Are you sure your not pregnant? Depends on your age. Your breasts could be beginning to grow if you are very young, or if you've gotten your period and are sexual active, you could be pregnant.
There can be many reasons for sore breats..one of the reason can be change in hormone level(this is usually experienced during the start of your monthly periods), the change in harmone level can cause a little discomfort in breasts, taking of birth control pills can also cause sore breats, pregnancy, breast feeding can be some more reasons and ofcourse the very considerate reason could be breast cancer also..so be cautious and visit doctor if u have sore breasts
We don't. They get hard when it's cold or some women get hard nipples when they are aroused. Same reasons some men have it actually.
im not sure see the doctor probubl6y a cold
Recent weight lossis one possible reason for the normal bluish veins, which are close to the skin in some woman's breasts, to become more visible. This is particularly common among women with pale, transparent skin. All this is completely normal, with the exception of excessive or rapid weight loss, which, whether due to anorexic behavior or some medical problem, should be promptly brought up with a trusted physician, nurse practitioner or medical assistant.
I'm 16 also 17 and lately i have been getting very sharp pains in one of my breasts. It comes on randomly and it's searing pain. It hurts so much that i curl in a little ball and cry. What do you think could be wrong? Should i go to the doctors about it?
Yes, you should see a doctor. Many things are possible, but one thing that comes to mind is muscle spasms due to nerve root impingement. Again, please see a doctor.
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Two things come to mind -- the most likely is abrasion. Treat as you would any abrasion.
The second is gynecomastia, the development of non-malignant adipose tissue, often near the nipples. Sometimes, this is a side effect of prednizone therapy, and is also related to adolescence and aging, although may be idiopathic (not have any clear cause).
during pregnancy, you have go through alot of symptoms you haven't have.
your niiples especiallyy because as your about to have a baby, you'll need to breast feed right, so it's no probs, jus that your boobs are growing for the milks to develop.
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It is common to have the tender breasts before the menstruation. This is due to effect of the progesterone hormone. The tenderness will go away and you expect the menstruation next day. The tenderness persists during the pregnancy.
No, you can't get breast cancer from squeezing your breasts.
Women should talk with their doctor to determine their specific risk of breast cancer. All women should perform monthly breast self-examinations and report any changes to their doctor. Clinical breast examinations by a doctor should occur at least once every three years for women 20 to 39 years of age. Beginning at age 40, women should have yearly clinical breast exams by their doctor and yearly mammograms.anyway......................what kind of a question is that?!?!?!?!
No breasts do not grow at the same rate. Everybody is different and when you have your breasts some body else may not have theirs. It's all about your genes and your weight. If your mom or dads mom has small breast it's likely that you will to. And if your overweight some f your extra body fat will go to your breasts.
For women who have breast fed previously, there may still be some colostrum leaking out even months after they have discontinued breast feeding. Pregnant women typically do not see any colostrom until the last trimester.
You may be thinking at this point "but I've never been pregnant or breast fed prior to this leaking". This leaking can occur at any time, pregnant or not, history of breast feeding or not.
During your normal monthly breast self exams, you will see some discharge when you squeeze the nipple. If you start seeing any discharge that occurs without this exam, and have the following, please consult your doctor right away:
There may be another cause for those women who see leaking from both nipples. These women have what is known as "galactorrhea". They have a harmless, tiny tumor in the brain that triggers a response for more milk producing hormones called prolactin. This tumor (or even tumors) do not require surgery to remove.
Always discuss any concerns you may have with your doctor. Tell him or her your symptoms, ask for a breast exam or mammogram if necessary. Let your doctor know if you are on any medications prescribed by other physicians. Some medications cause this, so read the pharmacy labels carefully.
They are growing!