SORE BOOBS ANYONE?? It’s like doing a cheer!!!!!

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I know we all get them but i have had them for a month straight ,, omg anyone else this long straight and did anything help? Cut my tea, never had to go that far!!!! It didnt do anything!!!

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    Yes, back in Feb I had a 3D mammogram for my annual mammogram because I had breast pain for over 6 weeks. Nothing came of it. Mammogram was fine.

    I understand that increase in estrogen can effect the breast with pain. I still get issues, but have realized caffeine and sugar makes it worse. I don't know your age, but 40+ should start getting annual mammograms. I am 51 and post menopausal for almost 2 years. My biggest issue this year (so far) is breast pain in one or the other breast or they both or sore. That and either freezing or hot are my MAIN issues

    I thought I was going to have the breast pain forever. Then one day it just went away. It has been back but for a couple days, not weeks anymore. (knock on wood)

    So yes, I had a long term issue. I am sorry you are going through it, I empathize. Hang in there!

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      THANK YOU KELJO!! I am still peri,, 53 years and getting very close im sure, symptoms are starting to change slightly also, this is the second time this has happened this year and it is pure torture because it lasts so long, also had a three D MAMO the first time it happened,,,, Just started the freezing or hot thing also when the freezing happens I always think I am coming down with some kind of infection and start taking my temp all the time,,, That is a crazy symptom also,,,you expect the heat but not freezing cold,,,, right??? Thank you for your imput I already feel better!xxxx

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      i was very similar to you. i rarely have it anymore. if i do, its normally the left breast. it's 5 am here and i've been up since 4 when i woke up with a hot flash. did you have them more often towards the end of peri? is it bc too little estrogen now?

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      i am taking my temp all the time too! lol. and i did the same thing with the 3d mammo. i have had 2 now. we truly are in this together. thank God for this site! if i think i'm a mess now, i cant image what i would be without everyone on this forum. are you still having periods?

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      HI CHAR,,, still having periods! Every month Isay its over, every month they start at all different times though. And I swear I have the little engine that could, been in peri for about 6 years and had all the 66 symtoms to the max!!!!! HA,, just try to make light of It Im giggling right now, at this point I think its funny but really dont all you guys help me to have this attitude and im glad!!! The cold thing kinda started to ignore it, you know the ignore stage then i got a sinus infection and let it go so long cause thought it was meno and the doc got mad!!!Sometimes just dont care ride the symptoms out...xxxx

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    yes. i did in the beginning of peri. i started taking vitamin E and increased my fiber intake and it seemed to help.

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    Morning Beverly, Evening Primrose oil works very well for breast pain. I used it years ago because I had it a lot. Also try to stay away from refined carbs, as that will really bother the breasts. Especially like cakey stuff ...cookies etc... any sweets. Google castor oil packs, they are very beneficial as well 😃 but make sure to get a very high grade Castor oil, alot of junk out there 😃

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    Thank you Lisa will try some today I actually have some here at the home;;; just didnt know that one,,,,xxxx

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