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Uterus removed. Feels tender breast, painful arm, neck, whitish discharge from nipple. Ultrasound and blood test normal

I am 43 years old I had my uterus removed 5 years ago for the past 6 months I am have of and on breast tenderness in my left breast which is a bit serious than my right breast my should blade, arm ,face, neck are painful and I feel warm in my back that comes and go my armpit hurts sometimes, when I wear bra it gets worse and whitish discharge when squeezed, I have been to doctor I had utrasound Blood and some test nothing serious I don t what to do thanks
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to healthcaremagic
As you have such problems like breast tenderness and pain in peripheral area from neck and arm.
Also you had removed uterus before 5 years, in this condition this is a menopausal time and thus in menopause time such complication like these can be seen in such cases.

As per the sonogram and blood test there is nothing to worry, so its clear that there is not nay illness or significant sign of any major diseases.
Now its advisable to wait and watch till it will sub-site and if needed you can take s.o.s. medicines like painkiller and other with doctor guidance.

Dr. Nikul Patel
Ayurveda Consultant
Answered: Tue, 8 Apr 2014
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