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Pain in right breast area on breathing deeply, pain moving under arm, headache, back pain. Causes?

Last week i noticed a pain in my right breast area that i could feel with deep breaths and i exerted myself the pain was with each heart beat. It then went to my side under my arm and heavy feeling in breast and chest area and again with activity i cant catch my breath. Coughing hurts bad. Headache on and off and now when i lay down sharp pain in my back in thoracic area. It is not my ribs cause it dont hurt when i stand to push on them.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Mammosonography is a simple non- invasive diagnostic tool and a good sonologist will be able to tell you the most probable diagnosis of the breast lump, by looking at its echogenic character. The decision to do biopsy will be decided by the specialist later once the above procedure is accomplished. Because of her age factor, I personally feel not to delay the sonogrphy at its earliest.
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