Pain Under The Breast That Moves During Pregnancy?
Afternoon, I was pregnant, I want to ask since I was pregnant until I was about 9 months into pregnancy. I always feel pain, pain, heat under the breast / upper abdomen. First, the pain on the left side continues to move to the right. In addition to pain such as burns, sometimes it causes painful itching. That’s why huh ??? And one more thing, my palms and fingers all hurt, sometimes like pins and needles, numb pain, mixed pain, it feels … Anyway, it disturbs my activities. Like typing on a cell phone cutting onions at work … my hands and fingers hurt and their fingers hurt too to bend … Please help … Thank you …
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing is most likely not related to pregnancy, even though it first appears close to your early pregnancy. In addition, with symptoms that are quite extensive and involve various parts of the body, such as breasts, palms and fingers, it is also possible that this condition is caused by more than one disease rather than a continuous condition. Among the possibilities are:
Mastitis or inflammation of breast tissue
Inflammation of the nerves
And it could also be for other reasons depending on the results of the examination. Our advice, if this condition has begun to be intolerable and disrupt your daily life, you should check your complaint to a neurologist for further examination. With a check, the tendency can be seen more clearly through a series of historical excavations, physical examinations and supporting examinations. If it turns out later the neurologist states that no abnormalities have been found, you may ask where you should check yourself from the findings. What is clear to first go to a neurologist first, because from your story, the complaint seems to lead to nerve symptoms. Your new handling will be determined later after the inspection is carried out.
Meanwhile, avoid excessive anxiety, do not take any medicine without doctor's advice because it is feared that it will be dangerous for your fetus, limit physical activity, increase consumption of fruits and vegetables, and do not forget to regularly check with your obstetrician. So, hopefully answering your question.