Weird Breast PainI started experiencing a strange pain in my left breast about 5 days ago. It seems to radiate from inside the breast tissue. The pain is localized toward the lower right side of the breast, but the whole area kind of aches. It feels like I have a small stone in my breast, but there is no lump in the spot that I or my doctor could discover, and the breast looks completely normal on the outside. The pain isn't very noticeable when standing up, but constant when lying down. Lying on my side makes it worse, and any dramatic shift in position causes a sharp twinge in the area. My doctor thinks it has something to do with the muscle underneath my breast but I disagree. I feel nothing when I move my arm around or when I stretch my chest muscles. I feel like it might be a tweaked nerve or something because when I press on or squeeze my breast it doesn't hurt, but if I push it to one side or another it does. Gravity seems to affect it more than anything. I have no other symptoms except for a localized pain in my back. It's directly opposite the breast and only about an inch in diameter. I don't know if it has anything to do with the breast pain but I thought I would mention it just in case. Anyway, does anyone have a suggestion as to what homeopathy I might try?
Hoathie on 2015-03-06
has nerves that go to
an actual grid of the skin called dermatomes which is controlled
by specific vertebrae.
So if you slept wrong on your neck, or did some repetitive motion
with your arm or lifted something etc- it can tweak the neck
nerves/muscles around vertebrae then the muscles
nerves to do with that will ache or pull.
Try taking Mag phos 6x cell salt, 4 tabs dissolve under the tongue-
4 times a day. This relaxes the muscles.
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 06 Mar 2015 23:26:27 GMT]
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