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Breast pain, sore nipples, swollen mongometry glands, neck and back sore. History of breast cancer, essure procedure and implants. Negative pregnancy test. Reason for symptoms?

Hello, For the last 2 weeks i have been having breast pain. First my nipple was sore and the mongomery glands are swollen. now my whole breast hurts even the side of it when i take a deep breath. neck and back sore today too.My history is breast cancer in 2000 and implants in 2005. i have also had the essure procedure in 2008. i did also have a very light period this week around the time all of the symptoms have started. negative pregnancy test also. I have an appt. in 2 days with my gyno but was worried. Thanks for your time!
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Dear Ma'am,

Sorry to hear about your problem. Your breast pain could be due to some problem in the implants and you should have these evaluated by your surgeon. If the implants are normal, then the pain could be due to hormonal changes and if that is the cause, it will subside in a few days.
As you have suffered from breast cancer in the past, you should have a mammogram done and have it evaluated by your surgeon.

Hoping for the best.
Answered: Wed, 22 May 2013
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