mastalgia


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mastalgia

[ma′stal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the breast.
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Treatment of cyclical mastalgia with a solution containing a Vitex agnus castus extract: results of a placebo-controlled double-blind study.
They may also suffer from migraine headaches, nightmares, venous congestion, nervousness, restlessness, weakness and mastalgia.
plans to seek an initial indication for cyclic mastalgia, there also is strong interest in developing afimoxifene as a treatment for male gynecomastia as well as for breast cancer chemoprevention, Dr.
Mastalgia is clinically manifested as pain associated with the abnormal sensitivity of breast tissues to normal hormone levels.
Mansel reported on 130 premenopausal women with a history of moderate to severe cyclic mastalgia who were randomized to 2 mg or 4 mg/day of afinoxifene or placebo for four menstrual cycles in a double-blind multicenter trial.
Although ginseng seems to have broad medicinal uses, there have been reported adverse reactions, including amenorrhea, mastalgia, and postmenopausal bleeding in women.
A UP to two weeks before a period, a woman can experi-ence breast pain, known medically as mastalgia.
Today, its extracts are used in Europe to treat PMS and cyclic mastalgia (breast tenderness or pain).
FBD is a condition that affects approximately 20 to 33 million women in the United States, and there are approximately 7 to 13 million women suffering from clinical periodic mastalgia.
About Violet iodine Violet iodine is a daily iodine supplement for the relief of the most common symptoms of cyclic mastalgia and fibrocystic breast condition (FBC), including monthly swelling, tenderness, aches and heaviness.
The first was an open study of 1600 women who had cyclic mastalgia premenstrually.