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Breast pain, increased heartbeat. How should I help this?

HI sometimes I feel like I have a bubble in my chest that needs to pop an also I get sharp pains in the breast area. at times my heart starts to beat really really fast n I tend to feel smuggle faint. I must say this makes me very very scared and nervous. if by chance can you tell me what this is an what should I do to help this. please because I m starting to think that o just might scare myself into being. sicker than I may. be. I m a form believer in mind over matter.
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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Tel me about your self are you lactating mother or currently your are pregnant , what is your age now .
Bubble you felt in your breast are mammary glands so no need to panic but that bubble is larger then you must take opinion of gynaecologist in this respect .
Breast pain may be due to mastitis , or as a pregnancy sign .
As your more anxious about these thing your heart beat increases . So 1 st confirm your diagnosis and take treatment for that disease because worrisome is not treatment of any disease it only worse that disease.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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