pain in right breast,arm,back, leg and down right side 6 years after lumpectomy on right breast 6 years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer . I had a lumpectomy on my right breast. I ve always had pain in my right breast however; about 2 weeks ago, I begain having extreme pain in my right breast, arm, hand, back and down my right side. Please advise.
Hi I have been having low back pain it s pretty painful and my legs hurt. I have a constant stabbing pain down my leg and on right side of my low back. My legs are tender to touch and have red blotches on them. My legs get weak and a little tingly also. What should I do?
My mother was having pain in her right side running down her leg. Dr thought kidney stone but ct scan clear. The sharp pain is gone but still has dull ache in side. She does have a cyst on her right kidney which she has had for a few years. Urine test showed no infection..
I m a 57 year old female. My main illness is asthma/allergies which for the most part are under control. As I sit here, I have aching throbbing pain up and down my right leg, particularly in the thigh and to the right of my knee and down. It s taking over my life. I ve been limping on my right side for over a week now. I ve had restless leg syndrome for several years. There is a difference between that and what I m currently feeling.
I had a right mastectomy 28 years ago. In 2009 I had my second right breast inserted. The doctor told me that I would have shooting pain across my back which would last for a while. If it continued over a long period of time I should contact him. The pain disappeared except in the right upper back not quite underneath the arm. This pain only occurs if I wear a tight bra at which time I ll get intermittent mild pain for a day. This will disappear and return if I happen to wear the same type of tight garment.
I was on Levofloxaxin about 5 weeks ago. About 5-6 days in, I started with an unusual headache, when I would bend over. Lasted about a week, now have been left with just a nagging mild to moderate headache on the sides of my head. I don t usually get any headaches. -- I m an RN. Seemed like too long to have a persistent headache. I went to see my Oncologist today, as I had a mastectomy for breast cancer 1 & 1/2 years ago, wondering whether the headache could be at all related to cancer. He made me feel foolish for even asking, said I had DCIS cancer which would not spread like that. However, I had positive breast margins that went to my chest wall, so it always leaves me a nagging thought, if you get a weird symptom like this now. -- I will see my Primary Care tomorrow, to ask what he thinks, such as could it just be a continued reaction from Levaquin? I am 60 years old, and from what I now read, headaches seem more common in older females like me, with Levaquin.
I recently had an ECG after an abnormal EKG. The ECG showed vent. rate 108bpm Sinus tachycardia, PR interval 158 ms, possible left atrial enlargement, QRS duration 88 ms , nonspecific ST abnormality, QT/QTc 368/493 ms, abnormal ECG, P-R-T axes 70 48 58 and prolonged QT. The cardiologist didn t seem very concerned and felt the abnormality was because of the medication I was taking - remeron for sleeping; I suffer from chronic insomnia. I have been on this medication for over two years and have never had any side effects or problems with it. In the past three-four months, however, I have been experiencing chest pains, some severe which is why I went to my physician to get the first EKG which showed a fast heart beat and was referred to the cardiologist for an ECG, EKG and a stress test. I was only on the treadmill for maybe 4 1/3 minutes before I experienced SOB and chest pains. They repeated the ECG and I was told it was abnormal and to discuss my medications with my psychiatrist and that I had nothing to worry about. When I see abnormal ECG, EKG and am taking nitro tablets with a family history of heart disease (father COPD, CHF and angioplasty; grandfather died of a heart attack), I have a tendency not to believe the doctor. I have not even been contacted by my physician for a follow-up visit. Should I be concerned. Cancer also runs in my family; my father died of colon, liver CA and I am breast cancer survivor. I d appreciate your comments. Should I seek another opinion? Thanks, Mary Kopco YYYY@YYYY I am a 61 y.o. white female, 137 lbs w/ hx of cancer (bilateral mastectomy and hysterectomy for CA of uterus), osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, high cholesterol (328), allergic to any statin drugs, being treated with Zetia 10 mg 1 x/day. Presently taking nitro tabs for chest pain, oxybutityn for overactive bladder, clonazepam 1mg 3x/day for anxiety and depression. I look forward to your response. Thank you.
Woke up with sever sharp pains under both breasts. Pain radiated out to the back and I had no difficulty breathing and heart rate seemed normal. Skin was a bit clammy. 50 year old female with a history of brest cancer resulting in a masectomy and breast recon on the right side. Pain appeared 3to come from behind the breasts but localized in that area. Never had this before.
Dear Doc Trust this gets you well. I have been diagnosed with “ INVASIVE DUCTAL CARCINOMA – GRADE II” in my left breast at around 2.0 clock position. I have attached herewith all relevant reports in sequence of the developments so far. My Doctor’s...
I have found blood on my pillow off and on. and sometimes on my bed for the past few months. Last time this happened for over a year, I thought it was from my back. I bled twice on my bra long after it started. It ended up being ductile breast...
My aunt had a mastectomy a couple of years back, and now it appears like a relapse. Of course, she is consulting specialists in XXXXXXX but I wanted a second opinion on her prognosis. Attaching her PET and other reports. Please review and let me...