Interviewer: So your breasts are feeling kind of tender and they sort of hurt, is it a normal situation? We're going to talk about that next on The Scope. Announcer: Questions every woman wonders about her health, body, and mind. This is "Am I Normal? Interviewer: Dr. Jones the situation is I'm not breastfeeding but my breasts are kind of tender.
My Breast is Tender, But I Don't Feel a Lump – Am I Normal? | University of Utah Health
Breast soreness is very common. It affects most women at some time in their lives. The degree of soreness, and where and how it is felt, differs for each woman. It might be sharp, stabbing, dull, throbbing or aching. It might be felt in all or part of the breasts, one breast or both. It can also affect the armpit area.
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Swollen breasts can be an alarming experience but there are plenty of normal reasons for your breasts to swell. Menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause are some of the natural causes that women experience. Below we will discuss these natural causes and then serious conditions that involve lumps in your breast. We also review a few treatment options - at home and medical - and prepared a free digital checker to help you narrow down the possibilities.