the oil relieved the pain tremendously.
She also mentioned using a warm compress or taking an over-the-counter medicine.
If you are taking a medication that you suspect may be contributing to your breast pain, talk to your doctor about your concerns.
As I got dressed, I felt a deep sense of relief knowing that my breast pain was most likely a benign and treatable condition. As always, my doctor advised me to return if I experience any changes in my breast, such as swelling, skin texture changes, or increased pain in my breasts.
When it comes to your own breast health, get familiar with your breasts, including the way they look and feel. Be sure to note the date and time that you notice any changes as well. Reflect on any lifestyle factors that may contribute to breast pain and make the necessary adjustments.
If you still have concerns, be sure to talk to your doctor as soon as possible. Breast related visits can be scary and stressful, but they are essential to optimal breast health.
In fact, it may be beneficial to share your feelings with your doctor before the start of your exam. That way, they will know to take a slower, more gentle approach, which might decrease your anxiety.
Overall, breast pain is usually not an indicator of cancer or other breast-related issues, but it never hurts to check with a medical professional.