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Pain in breasts. Seem to grow. What are the bumps there?

hi there i have a question to ask im 24 soon to be 25 and i have this pain on my breast they seem there growing they are bc i used to have them small im worried about the pain i never had the pain im having my friends and family are saying its normal there telloinjg me there grwoing but i dont know bc i never had the this pain before its like a bruse pain i touch myself to see if a feel bumps but i dont i feell like muscles but im not to sure ? can u please help me because im super worried i dont want to have breast cancer:(
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Dear Madam,

Pain in the breasts may be due to hormonal changes during menstruation at your age. self breast examination should be done to rule out lumps. If you are still concerned i suggest you do a mammogram to put your mind at ease.
Answered: Sat, 6 Sep 2014
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