Pain in left breast and armit and shoulder

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Does anyone else get this?

I'm worried it could be breast cancer. My shoulder and upper back aches too

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    Hi Kirsty

    Being a breast cancer survivor for 13 yrs I can tell you if you had breast cancer it's doubtful you'd have any pain. As a matter of fact mine was at 2cm and the only way I knew anything was wrong was because of the lump I found in my right breast. I had absolutely no pain.

    Good idea for you to get an appt with your Gynecologist though and check it out.

    Good luck to you!

    Teresa

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    Hi, Kirsty I agree with Teresa you should seek advice from your doc
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    Hi Kirsty, it's definitly not breast cancer, there's no pain with breast cancer before treatment, so you don't need to worry about that. But go get yourself checked out anyway, to make sure it's not something else and to put your mind at ease (or as close to that as you can get) : )  
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      Umm... I'm not sure. I probably could cause muscle ache - not sure about the breast pain. Breasts and breast pain is hugely influenced by hormones and our menstrual cycle, so if you’re about the get your period soon this may (in part) explain the breast pain. But I’m not expert so might be a good idea to talk to a doctor about it. x
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    Sounds like gerd with a touch of a gallbladder attack
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    Don't worry , we all felt some pain in chest and it wasn't anything... See your doc just to feel safe smile
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