Pain In The Breast Radiating To The Back?
Good afternoon … I’m a 30-year-old mother … It’s been a long time my left breast likes to feel achy … but it’s gone … lately I often get a backache … That’s why huh ???
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The sensation of rheumatic pain in the left breast that often radiates to the back may indicate some of the following conditions:
Pain originating from the breast, for example due to pre menstrual syndroma, an early sign of pregnancy, mastitis
Muscle pain, for example due to repetitive extreme movements, fibromyalgia
Pain originating from the airways, for example due to bronchitis, pleurisy
Pain originating from the gastrointestinal tract, for example due to GERD, gastritis
Pain originating from the cardiovascular tract, for example due to a heart attack
Others, such as panic attacks, nerve pins, psychosomatic disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, breast skin infections, etc.
You should not panic first. Try to compress the sides of your breasts and your sore back with warm water so the pain will decrease. Be diligent in sports, especially those involving stretching the chest and back area, for example yoga, swimming, and so on. Get enough rest, don't overdo physical activity. Always wear comfortable clothes when doing activities. Eat regularly, small portions but often.
If the steps above have not been successful in alleviating your complaints, immediately consult a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that the best treatment is given, ok?
I hope this helps.