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Old 08-27-2012, 08:50 PM
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I haven't really changed my diet and yesterday I didn't have much caffeine compared to usual (no coke and no coffee). It hurt from the moment I woke up and is still hurting now.

Stress is highly possible and I'm about 2 weeks in to my pack of BC.
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Old 08-27-2012, 10:20 PM
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iirc cysts can cause some symptoms like pregnancy, sore breasts and nausea being among them. I remember feeling really yucky when I had a suspected one - my doc was really helpful, so i'd prob get an appointment to get checked out.
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Old 08-28-2012, 12:12 AM
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Take your temp, if it's up then it's more than likely an infection, if not, go see the doctor in the morning.

I know they can hurt! TMI story but I was pumping for my first kiddo and the first night at the RMH I got up to pump and didn't check the setting. I think I jumped three feet and was not a happy camper for the next few days. Just a word to the wise, when you've had a c-section do NOT leap three feet into the air out of a chair. Bad idea!

Hope in your case it's nothing. And don't slam them in doors anymore.
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:42 AM
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Still sore this morning but it's a duller pain for sure. Can't tell if the pain now is from the car door or not...
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:59 AM
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iirc cysts can cause some symptoms like pregnancy, sore breasts and nausea being among them. I remember feeling really yucky when I had a suspected one - my doc was really helpful, so i'd prob get an appointment to get checked out.
This. 6ish months ago, I had prego symptoms (and a panic attack haha) including sore breasts and the urge to throw up. I completely forgot to ask my doctor about it but it did go away after my period and I haven't had anything like that since. I randomly get pain like you're describing but it always goes away before I remember to ask a doctor about it.

Basically, I'm no help whatsoever, but I thought it might be reassuring to know that you're not alone.
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:54 AM
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Get it checked out. I'll occasionally get an inflamed lymph node in my left breast right in that indention where the breast meets the armpit area. I've had it a few times, and none of the OB/GYNs I've seen ever figured out why. I've also had a cyst (non-cancerous) revived from my left breast. I had the pleasure of my first mammogram when I was just 20 (at least I had teeny double A's...lol. I don't want to have one with these post-children full C's. O_O

People used to ask me what a mammogram felt like and/or how to prepare.

1. Have someone get into their car, start it, and prepare to assist you in this endeavor.
2. Lie down flat on your stomach in the driveway by the car.
3. Forcefully grab your breast, and pull it and smash it down to fit it right under the back tire. Take no special care of the nipple area.
4. Have the person in the car back the car onto your breast. Remain like that for a minute, then have the driver pull forward again.
5. Repeat.
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Old 08-28-2012, 09:38 AM
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If it is just on the side I would guess it is just sore from pulling a muscle or something. After spending a day shoveling rocks I had a soreness on the side of mine also. But I am not one to go to the doctor. I would give it a few more days and if it is still hurting, then I would go, but if it is just lasting 1-2 days, I wouldn't worry too much. I get weird pains all the time.
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