Left breast really swollen hurts bad all the way into my arm pit

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Been dealing with the left breast swollen and hurts for 3 months has biopsy done had MIR done 2 times had mani gram done 2 times hurts to get dressed and walk drive or lay down I'm hurting so bad that I cry all day wish I knew what was wrong surgery might be the answer with taking out scar tissue and sniping the nerves hoping it works only think I can do Tired so much with no relief any body else's dealing with this I hate pain so much my left boob is Hugh and warm to the tough help I can't seem to figure out what is wrong

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    Hi Laura,

    Sorry your in pain.

    We're all your biopsies and mammograms normal?

    If they are, it's unusual that your breast would be warm and painful to touch.

    The only thing I can think of is that you may have fibrocystic breasts, which sometimes can be painful and tender to touch.its just the type of breast tissue u have. You could always try some. Old compresses to help the pain and reduce the swelling

    There are some supplements then may help that too

    Vitamin n E and Evening of primrose oil

    I hope u have some improvememt,

    If U don't see improvement your make another appt

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    Laura I am so sorry you're going through this. Has your GP checked your lymph nodes? I just had another flare of epstein barr and fibromyalgia. My lymph nodes were swollen causing me pain. My swelling eventually went down but if it hadn't subsided the doc was sending me to an endocrinologist for testing.

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