mastalgia

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mastalgia

[ma′stal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the breast.
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6 Some benign breast conditions result in breast pain such as a burning or stabbing feeling.
In the case of non-cyclical mastalgia, particular attention should be paid to extramammary causes of breast pain and specifically the possibility of costochondral pain.
Acute breast pain while nursing, worse on the left side.
Woman after woman commented on a dramatic reduction of breast pain after they stopped wearing bras--some within days; others within weeks.
The 4-mg dose also outperformed placebo in the secondary end points of blinded physician-assessed breast pain, nodularity, and tenderness, with 67%-70% reductions being recorded relative to placebo in each of these domains, added Dr.
MORE than half of the female population experience breast pain when exercising.
oI was just fed up but they had problems like cracked nipples, mastitis and breast pain.
A US study showed that after three years, one fifth of those who had cosmetic enlargements had undergone repeat surgery, 6% had chronic breast pain and 1% had a rupture.
The prevalence of pain (57%) was higher than in previous studies; further, 22% reported phantom breast pain.
Breast pain (or mastalgia) is quite common, about two thirds of pre-menopausal women will experience some degree of breast pain during their lives.
Our patent portfolio includes patent applications regarding the treatment of cyclic breast pain, a condition often associated with certain forms of benign breast disease that affects approximately 12 million premenoupausal women," said Jay Bua, chief executive officer of ASCEND.