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Breast pain in my teenage years

i am in my teenage years and i felt this coming and going pain in my left breast one morning. It wasn't there earlier in the day- at around 5 am but then at 7, when i opened my eyes, it was there.
I touched it and felt it to see if i would feel some pain but i didn't; I only feel it when it comes. Then around nigh time it dull out and was just pulsating_ if i may say it like that... then the next day nothing and now I'm feeling it a little again just occasionally "poking".
i don't want to involve my parents at all there is- no need to disturb them and its not a good idea to go to the hospital just so doctors can take care of me for the smallest things so before it happens to be nothing else but my angry irregular periods deciding to charge on a spot it doesn't hit often,(though they already stopped) I'm requesting help on whether it's anything to worry about or... well anything.
thank you
PS:Please don't tell me to go see a doctor- at least not yet.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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General Surgeon 's  Response
relax you need not worry, just take some painkillers many girls in your age get similar type of pain around menses..its premenstrual mastalgia
Answered: Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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  User's Response
Thank you so much Doctor! :D I'm aware of it.
Mother tells me something of that kind every time it comes.
It just wasn't a usual thing from the normal breast pains i get so i got worried and started thinking... ^^'
nevertheless thank you again so very much!!
your awesome!!
I'm not sure in what possible way i could do something to thank you... i guess... bless you Doc!..^^'
Answered: Thu, 30 Dec 2010
  User's Response
and painkillers don't really work for me much anymore but some other things do... still thank you! :D
Answered: Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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