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Severe pain after breast was hit by a friend. Hard thick lump below the nipple. Worried about scar tissue?

I got hit in the boob by a friend. It hurt when I got hit but after that It didn t. This morning I woke up and the Brest was in very severe pain. It has a hard-ish, thick lump under the nipple and it hurts to the touch. Please help. I m 13 quite young to be developing Brest cancer . But I m worried it may be scar tissue . Please give me some awnsers.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Hi. there is nothing to worry about. According to the history u provided the pain and lump is just because of the internal trauma/ tissue damage. IT will resolve automatically in few days in the mean while u can take some pain killer for the pain ( paracetamol ) or brufen. Or apply the gel named ( voltrol gel) for pain releif.
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