REALLY sore Breasts & Armpit Area 1-2 days before AF?
Ok, Please tell me its normal to get this before AF is due?
Today being the 13th of August, I have had the worst pain in my breasts and under my armpit areas. I mean its so sore I was in tears earlier. I know having sore breasts are common before a period, But has anyone here had it so bad, and hurt under your arms too. Like on the sides of the breast, where your armpit is?
Im having alot of thick white discharge, and AF is due on the 14th or 15th
What kind of pain? My boobs were painfully sore, felt bruised- like someone used them as punching bags, when I was first pregnant with my son, like the week before I got my bfp.
Throbbing pain in my breasts, and then really tender and sore to the touch near my armpit area. Like when I lift up my arms, right where your arm is connected by the breast area, is where its just so tender.
AF is due either tomorrow or monday.
WOW! Thats awesome! Her symptoms are so close to what Im experiencing! Im trying to hold out til the 15th. AF Is due the 14th or 15th. If I dont see her show up by the evening of the 15th, I will for sure test!
But if she does show, I think what Im experiencing is this.... (I found it online, and since I just turned 30, maybe these are new changes that are coming along with my body now?)
Breast Pain (Mastalgia) - Topic Overview
What do I need to know about breast pain?
Many women have breast tenderness and pain, also called mastalgia. It may come and go with monthly periods (cyclic) or may not follow any pattern (noncyclic).
Cyclic pain is the most common type of breast pain. It may be caused by the normal monthly changes in hormones. This pain usually occurs in both breasts. It is generally described as a heaviness or soreness that radiates to the armpit and arm. The pain is usually most severe before a menstrual period and is often relieved when a period ends. Cyclic breast pain occurs more often in younger women. Most cyclic pain goes away without treatment and usually disappears at menopause.
Noncyclic pain is most common in women 30 to 50 years of age. It may occur in only one breast. It is often described as a sharp, burning pain that occurs in one area of a breast. Occasionally, noncyclic pain may be caused by a fibroadenoma or a cyst. If the cause of noncyclic pain can be identified, treating the cause may relieve the pain.
Breast pain can get worse with changes in your hormone levels or changes in the medicines you are taking. Stress can also affect breast pain. You are more likely to have breast pain before menopause than after menopause.
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