Lump in breast is sore

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My wife has a lump in her breast that is very sore when you move against it. This she noticed after I new son came. He is only three weeks old now. She is not breastfeeding at all. What could this be? At first she used to have high temperature but now it seems to be better but the sore lump is still there.
im 22 years old, every woman in my family has had breast cancer, i also know that we have a history of fibros cysts and calcium deposits, im almost done with my period and i have a pea maybe grape size lump thats sore in my left breast about 3 inches from the crease of my arm pit should i be concerned? should i see a doctor and what should i expect or the q's i should ask ?
(has become larger increased in cup size as well) My breast are still heavy and sore. I have a lump in my underarm for couple months could that be a reason.I still have nt checked with a physician. And also had a hysteroscopy done in July coud it be the side effects of the drugs take at that time.Pls advice.
My scars have healed really well you can barley see them but recently i've noticed a small red lump in the middle of my scar. It feels as if it's under the skin and it's really sore. It seems to have worsened over the last couple of days but this might be because I keep prodding it. Is this normal?
Without evaluation, it is impossible to speculate on what this might be. Though most breast cancer is not painful, if you feel a lump and this is new, the general rule of thumb is that it needs further investigation. You should have your doctor take a look.
Dear Scarlett18: Breast cancer is very uncommon in women 18 years old. Most breast cancer is not painful. The most common cause of painful breast lumps is related to menstrual cycle. However, if this is a new lump and you are concerned, you should have it checked out by your doctor.
I don't see much relation between the breast and the pain in your shoulder ... the lumps in your axilla may be due to enlarged lymph nodes and that could be an indication of an infection somewhere in the body or even within the breast. Feeling tired doesn't seem to be related to any of the symptoms you mention. It's always best to see your Dr. when you have anything that is new or different related to the breast.
Does it move around if you push it? Is it sore? Is the skin red or discoloured? How big is it? I had a spot/pimple there once that went septic, causing a large and very sore lump under the skin. Doctor gave me cream to put on it, a combination of that and squeezing (which I probably shouldn't have done) and some really thick nasty and smelly goo came out, once it was all out it all healed up although there is still a small scar there.
My wife has a lump in her left breast which is increasing slowly and is painful sometimes including the whole left arm. This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/667463'>Quarter size lump</a>.
I have a painful bump on my left breast. It's moveable. Is it ok to go have an ultrasound now at this time in my cycle to ease my fears?
I can find all kids of comments about breast lumps for women in their reproductive years, but none for menopausal women. I have a very sore protruding breast lump at the base line of my left breast, that started out feeling very much like a fyst(sorry do not know the correct spelling) but now it has grow much larger in the last week, does not feel mobile like before and is very sore. Any thoughts?
I don't have a history of any breast cancer in my family, but I do have a family history full of the fibroids in the breast. I have always had knots and bumps, but never like this before, it is very prominent, and very painful. Should I be concerned?
I don't have a history of any breast cancer in my family, but I do have a family history full of the fibroids in the breast. I have always had knots and bumps, but never like this before, it is very prominent, and very painful. Should I be concerned?
Hi Welcome to the MedHelp forum! Generally a well defined breast lump, slightly sore to touch is due to fibroadenoma. A mammography will be done. If this is negative and if the lump is causing pain, it will be removed. Hope this helps. Take care!
I have had a sore area in my breast for almost a year now which has a lump which varies in size depending on the time of my cycle. It is larger and more painful from ovulation till my period.I saw a doctor in May who could not feel it and advised a mammogram but only because I was concerned. I then discovered I was pregnant (I subsequently lost the baby) so I could not have the mamm.
Underneath the skin there is a small lump that is about 1/2 inch across. When I pinch the same small area of the left breast I get only about 1/8 inch of just skin, so obviously something abnormal is going on just under the surface of the right breast. When I pinch the entire nipple and surrounding area on the left breast I can feel a nodule that is maybe 1 inch in diameter. With the right breast the nodule feels about 1.
I'm 19 weeks pregnant and found a lump in my breast.. It's about the size of a bb and really hard had husband feel and he says he can feel it move a little but I can't it feels very fixed to one spot! Any other pregnant moms have this! I'm so scared!
I am 32 years old and have recently found a lump in my breast. My doctor sent me for a mammogram and ultrasound which both came back normal. The results said "seen brightly echogenic fibroglandular appearing architecture adjacent to isoechoic adipose, no cyst or focal solid lesion identified". The area around the lump stays very sore.
This morning, as I do every month, I did a self breast exam b/c I was beginning to notice the my left breast was getting sore.........I found that seem to be a lump. I am only 24 years old, but breast cancer does run in our family like wild fire. One of my aunts died at only the age of 32 b/c of breast cancer. I know I need to go have this checked, but I guess my question is, is this possible at my age?
While it could be hormonally related or a cyst (I've had both types of lumps), it also could be something else. I have undergone biopsy for calcifications found in the breast. While it is doubtful it is anything serious, one needs to rule that out. Absolutely be seen by your doctor. Since the pain radiates (you aren't talking about the skin but underneath it?)--- I really do think you need a breast exam by a doctor. They may send you for mammography which could provide you peace of mind.
However if the lump is a Fibroadenoma ( solid ) and seems to have enlarged, you could certainly ask your doctor to have it biopsied,to make sure that it's a fibroadenoma. In my opinion a solid lump in the breast has to be further evaluated. Take care...
It has gotten very sore this month while i have has my period. What should i do? What do you think it is? It is only in the right breast on the top about 3-4 inches from my neck. Also, i have heard of somthing called a build up or somthing that can do that in the breast what is that exactly and could that be it.
*My Grandmother passed away from breast cancer. I am not sure what is going on. My doctor assumes the mass in my breast is not cancerous because of my age.I just don't know what to do. Should I wait and have another sonogram or have it biopsied?What is a biopsy?I just want to know what might be going on.
Surely if I had one just a year ago and breast reduction 9 months prior I am fine. I found a lump in June. Thought nothing of it...scar tissue it must be, Then in August I thought, I really should make sure this really is scar tissue and I consulted with my PCP. He said he felt it was too but wanted me to get my yearly mammo (2 months late) and an ultrasound.
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