Breast pain vitamin e

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When looking through the questions posted here, it's seems to be most questions have to do with a problem in the left breast. Also my doctor has told me to stop all caffiene and to take vitamin E daily. Are these three things all coincidence or is there any medical findings for this? Thanks for your help!
There are reports suggesting that a variety of vitamins may be of benefit in relieving the symptoms of fibrocystic breast condition. These have included vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin A, among others. ' You could read more about this at - http://www.medicinenet.com/fibrocystic_breast_condition/page7.htm#24whatare Has a chest xray been done to rule out any rib fracture, chest infection, or air in the pleural space?
hello,please help i am 25 yrs,have pain in my right breast at upper outter coudrent and there in no lump but bit of fullness in upper outer quaderent as per my gynec, she told it is mastalgia and asked for intake of vitamin E for 3 months? The pain is at one point and comes and goes away at upper outer quaderent of right breast? is all this normal or i should worry?
There are reports suggesting that a variety of vitamins may be of benefit in relieving the symptoms of fibrocystic breast condition. These have included vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin A, among others. ' You could read more about this at - http://www.medicinenet.com/fibrocystic_breast_condition/page7.htm#24whatare Has a chest xray been done to rule out any rib fracture, chest infection, or air in the pleural space?
There are reports suggesting that a variety of vitamins may be of benefit in relieving the symptoms of fibrocystic breast condition. These have included vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin A, among others. ' You could read more about this at - http://www.medicinenet.com/fibrocystic_breast_condition/page7.htm#24whatare Has a chest xray been done to rule out any rib fracture, chest infection, or air in the pleural space?
There are reports suggesting that a variety of vitamins may be of benefit in relieving the symptoms of fibrocystic breast condition. These have included vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin A, among others. ' You could read more about this at - http://www.medicinenet.com/fibrocystic_breast_condition/page7.htm#24whatare Has a chest xray been done to rule out any rib fracture, chest infection, or air in the pleural space?
I am 34 and suffered from extreme breast pain for over a year. After seeing a holistic breast specialist, I discovered that I was hormonally unbalanced. I was estrogen dominant, with extremely low levels of progesterone. Also, I was deficient on EFA's and iodine. Within two months of adding iodine drops to my skin, applying bio-identical progesterone from day 14-28 of my cycle and adding EFA's containing flax, borage and fish oils, I can now say I am pain free!!!
A GOOG IDEA WITHOUT KNOWING FOR SURE ABOUT INFECTION OR SHOULD I PUSH FOR A MRI SINCE I AM ONLY 28 AND A MAMMO WILL PROBABLY NOT SHOW MUCH BECAUSE OF THE DENSITY OF MY BREAST? I HAVE NOTICED THERE IS LESS PAIN AND SOMETINES NO PAIN WHEN I START MY PERIOD, BUT PAIN QUICKLY RETURNS WHEN MY PERIOD STOPS.I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO TELL YOU I HAVE NEVER BREAST FED WHICH MAKES ME QUESTION THE ASSUMPTION OF AN INFECTION.
From whatb you are explaining and for your info, breast pain of that nature is normally related to dislocated and / or pinched nerves in the back(on each side of the spine). It means that they have to be resetted. I know as I am a Special Massage Therapist and if you wish to learn more about me and my practice, view my web site at: " http://ca.geocities.com/painlessjoe/ ".
Dear Briane, Breast pain is a common breast symptom. The reason for breast pain is not always clearly understood. Breast pain is not usually associated with breast cancer. Breast pain is sometimes associated with hormonal variations and is then called cyclical breast pain. Noncyclical breast pain does not seem to be linked to hormonal variations and is often localized to one area of the breast tissue. Noncyclical breast pain may or may not be the result of an injury to the breast.
I called my doctor about the pain after 4 days of it not going away, and they told me to take vitamin E and see what that did, and to lay off the caffeine. (Besides tea, I didn't drink a lot of caffeine, anyway.) A week after the pain started, I began checking for lumps to find a possible cause. I did find a lump.... to me it felt small, round, and hard, and in the top right, deep down. I called my doctor again, and they scheduled me for an examination.
So it makes sense to me that it could be involved with our breast problems. I have also read that low Vitamin D levels are considered to be connected to a lot of different inflammatory diseases, like heart disease, and some autoimmune diseases. ANYWAY, I would recommend trying it, especially if your levels are low. I actually started to feel a little better - more energy, etc. - within a few days of starting to take it, and haven't had any abscesses since I started to take it.
the standard recommendation for the pain associated with fibrocystic breasts is taking vitamin E, eliminating caffeine and related foods, wearing the most supportive bra you can find. Castor oil packs is a new one to me: do you mean placed on the breast? Doubt it would do anything. Evening primrose may have vitamin E, in which case it's more of the same. For some women, taking elemental iodine can help also: the easist way is to get kelp pills from a healthfood store.
Breast pain is a common problem in younger women who are still having periods (menstrual cycles). It is less common in older women.You seem to have done all the right things so far.I don't know if you already had an Ultrasound to find the cysts you had or if your doctor discovered them only by palpation.If you never had an U/S test then I would think that it could provide more information,in case you have a lump of some sort that your doctor cannot feel.
My daughter began developing chronic and intense breast pain around the age of 14. It began when she developed multiple cysts in one of her breast as well as mastitis. Those were aspirated and she has not developed any since the first onset. She was fine for about six months after the cysts first developed. She then began having chronic burning pain in her breast. Thinking she was had more cysts, I took her back to her breast care specialist. An ultrasound revealed no cysts.
The dr told me to stop caffine and take vitamin E pills everyday. I just had a baby 6months ago and barely stop breast feeding ill start taking them again. I have found a lil lump on my nipple it moves and doesnt feel to round. What wrong with me?? This all started when i squeeze my nipple and discharge came out ever since than my breast have been hurting. They never did before. Anything i can do?? Discharge doest come out now this was 2 years ago thanks.
in the breast, where fluid builds up in the ducts and glands and causes discomfort. Pain radiating to the underarm from the breast is pretty common. Some things that help the pain of fibrocystic breasts is eliminating caffeine, taking vitamin E, wearing good support, even at night. It's typical for a mammogram to be not useful at your age.
Dear Bball1, Breast pain is a common breast symptom. The reason for breast pain is not clearly understood. It is not usually associated with breast cancer. Breast pain is sometimes associated with hormonal variations and is then called cyclical breast pain. Noncyclical breast pain does not seem to be linked to hormonal variations and is often localized to one area of the breast tissue. Noncyclical breast pain may or may not be the result of an injury to the breast.
When I touch it, It feels like a sore muscle would with a slight stabbing pain. My breast does appear slightly puffy where the pain is, but no discoloration. My OB has felt around the area and can't find anything suspicious. She notices that the area is slightly swollen and has suggested that it's just inflammed glands or lymph nodes. I'm just concerned because the pain hasn't subsided and has been there for a couple of weeks.
Talk to your doctor about taking vitamin E and ask him/her what else could be suggested to lessen the pain. I don't believe that you have IBC, this is a very rare form of breast cancer and the symptoms present with Swelling, usually sudden, sometimes a cup size in a few days, Itching, pink, red, or dark colored area (called erythema) sometimes with texture similar to the skin of an orange (called peau d’orange).
Because of the fibrocystic breast disease and your bust size, you need a specialized bra that is going to not only support you, but strengthen your back for posture. Vitamin E is something you can take for this disease, but you really need to stay current with your physician and take routine mammograms. I feel for you as that is something I suffered with in my youth (and mine would abscess).
For breast pain my doctor recommended Evening Primrose Oil which you can buy at any vitamin store. I had suffered with breast pain for a couple of years and this really helped. It did take awhile about 4-6 weeks to notice any improvement but it worked. I took it for approx. 3 + years and I no longer need it. I don't know why I don't need it, it could just be an age thing but I would give it a try. Good Luck!
I am still nursing my child, and this isn't mastitis. For six months I've had stabbing pains in my left breast. I also feel some pain radiating down my arm now and then. I also feel this heaviness, like sometimes it is painful to breathe. I even went to the ER (first time ever) in April, thinking I was having a heart attack. They said it was anxiety with the pending surgery. I've read about IBC, but I have absolutely no visual changes in my breast, just this pain!
But, before they do that, they want me to take vitamin E, drink water, deal with the pain, and come back in six months. Then I began to have pain in my neck and found many swollen nodules under my jaw bone and one, somewhat large nodule, just above my collar bone. So I saw my ENT. He told me that if they were going to excise the mass in my breast, he would have them remove the lymphnode above my colarbone at the same time. I show no signs of either a bacterial or viral infection.
Since that time, the pain in my breast has doubled. I am not noticing any lumps but the left breast does become more lumpy in nature as the pain is occuring. It is mainly in the left breast upper arm area extending to just the start of my armpit. My gyno originally had found nothing abnormal but I am scheduled for another exam in February as a follow up. I have stopped caffeine as much as possible and am also taking daily vitamin E.
Hi, Regarding vitamin B6, a water soluble vitamin is essential for the normal and optimal functioning of the body. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) is the average daily dietary intake level that is sufficient to meet the nutrient requirements. RDAs for vitamin B6 (in milligrams), are: 1.3 mg for men and women under age 50; 1.7 mg for men and 1.5 mg for women over the age of 50, 1.9 mg for pregnant women, and 2 mg for women who are breastfeeding.
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And if one breast happens to be bigger than the other, the pain would be more obvious in that breast. My ob/gyn suggested I cut out caffeine, which can make it worse, and take Vitamin E and Evening Primrose Oil supplements. It's helped me.
Can a Vitamin D deficiency cause this much pain? Went to the doc for muscle pain & weakness with increasing shooting pains to the point of affecting everyday functioning. Blood test came back low in Vitamin D. Result was 11, (should be 26 to 55). Other results OK. Cervical Spine & lower back MRI OK. Treatment is 50,000 units of D per week for 4 weeks and thereafter once a month. Been on it for 4 months. Feel at times like I was in accident.
Certain medications may be causing your breasts pain .Taking vitamin E or vitamin B6 might also help to lessen the pain,but please ask your doctor before taking any vitamins or other medication. Best wishes...
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