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Is passing out grey,foul smelling and floating stools reason for underlying breast cancer ?

Hi I am a 25 year old female. I don t know if the things wrong with me are coincidental or somehow involved with one another. In the last week I have been very tired. I could sleep all day if I didn t have things to do. The outer base of just my left breast is tender and sore but I am not sure if there is a lump or not, and I have been having gray, fowel smelling, floating stools. I have not changed my diet at all. What the heck is going on?
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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there is no relation between stool and sore left breast.
tender breast may be due to infection or allergy
apply good antibiotic cream three times a day.
take analgesic tab for pain
drink more water and eat high fiber diet for stool problem.
if u feel not better in 3 day ,better to consult doctor
Answered: Fri, 13 May 2011
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