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9799234 tn?1405968091

Please Need Info and Help...Very Scared

A little over two weeks ago I began having pain in the chest area, just to the top of my left breast. Whenever I bent down or turned my upper torso I can feel this sore feeling which feels like it's inside my breast.  It hasn't gotten any better or worse but now it feels like the soreness is running down  along the side of that same breast.  For the most part I can't feel it unless I turn my upper body from one side to the other. Either way I turm it will cause the soreness.  I've tried to feel for lumps in my arm pits or breasts but it all feels bumpy to me so I can't distinguish between what is normal and not. Does this sound like it could be a symptom of breast cancer? I'm 38 and do have some in my family.  I'm freaking out. I have two children and all I can think about is them and worry about them If this turns out to be bad.
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Hi. I'm sorry that you're having trouble and I hope you'll find out what's going on so that you can feel better soon. Try not to freak out or worry too much. Are you able to see a doctor? I think you should have someone check this out for you.
9799234 tn?1405968091
I can't get in to see my doctor for a couple of weeks
Avatar universal
Hi. :) While breast pain or tenderness can be a cause for breast cancer concerns, I think there are other less serious things it could also be, so I hope you won't get too stressed out about it before your doctor visit.  Have you noticed any other symptoms?
9799234 tn?1405968091
No just the soreness..almost like there's a bruise inside..sometimes above the breat and sometimes along my armpit. It only really feels sore when I twist my upper body or lift something heavy or sometimes if I raise my arm above my head.
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