breast pain


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Related to breast pain: mastalgia

mastodynia

(1) Mastalgia; breast pain.
(2) An obsolete term for fibrocystic disease of breast, see there.
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breast pain

Vox populi → medtalk Mastodynia
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(3) Fluctuations in hormone levels can occur in perimenopausal women in their forties and can result in new symptoms of breast pain. (4) Sometimes starting a new contraceptive medication or hormone replacement therapy can exacerbate the pain.
[32] Careful clinical study has shown that 'neuroticism' is not a major factor for mastalgia in benign breast disease and that several patterns of breast pain can be distinguished from clinical history.
The inclusion criteria were premenopausal patients, 18-65-years-old, cyclic breast pain complaints for at least three months (for the mastalgia group), and not having breast pain (for the control group).
After a run-in period to establish baseline cyclical breast pain, women with a score of 7 or higher on the Cardiff daily pain chart indicating moderate pain or higher were allocated for treatment.
Chronic postmastectomy breast pain is commonly referred to as postmastectomy pain syndrome.
The most prevalent breast disorder which makes women consult with an informed individual, like a midwife, is breast pain or mastalgia.
Mastalgia or mastodynia is breast pain and a recognized organic benign breast disease [1, 2].
Sydney, September 3 ( ANI ): Regardless of bra size, age or health, many women suffer breast pain or discomfort during everyday life and exercise because their breasts are not properly supported, said a University of Wollongong academic.
According to the RCR guidelines, mammography is not recommended for generalised lumpiness, long standing nipple retraction and cyclical breast pain associated with periods.
AFTER 6 MONTHS OF BREAST PAIN that became worse during menses, a 36-year-old woman, who had recently come to the United States from Iraq, consulted her family physician.
BZA/CE was not shown to increase vaginal bleeding, breast density or breast pain when compared to placebo in SMART-5.
* Chronic deep breast pain for 4 weeks or longer and failed therapy with oral antifungals and/or antibiotics.