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Breast pain after start of periods, taking prenatal vitamins. What should I do?

Hi, My name is SM,i have one problem from couple of day that i have a breast pain and i cannot touch my breast. The pain is at the outer area in both the side.This problem starts after 4th or 5th day of my period . I was taking prenatal vitamin but now i have stopped because i thought may be it is just a side effect of that.So what should i do.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Hi, breast pain is a common problem in women, many women feel this during the second half of menstrual cycle, which may be normal. Now, coming to your problem, it seems that you experienced this for the Ist time. I don't know your age, family history of any breast problems, your breast examination findings or weather you are taking any medicines (hormones in particular) or not, so, cannot give a real reason of the pain to you. Prenatal vitamins generally do not cause such symptoms but may lead to chest tightness in some women in which case the prescription needs review. My advise is that; you should go to a physician get your breast examined to rule out any local pathology & switch over to some Folic acid only preparation if you are planning a pregnancy & eat a healthy diet. Good luck.
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