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Tickling or itchy feeling in my left breast which comes and goes

I have a tickling or itchy feeling in my left breast. It comes and goes for several years now. When I am experiencing it, it last about 24 hours. I am unable to relieve the tickling feeling.I tried lotion , showering, powder, and advil . There is no discoloration or dry skin in the area. I have a 3 year old. I have not changed soap or anything recently. I am not sure what to do. Please help, this feeling is driving me crazy!
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jul 2011
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You will need to palpate your both breasts to see if there is any mass, any small nodules or lumps you can feel. If you do, kindly visit the Doctor and get it examined. Drink plenty of water. Eat healthy. Exercise everyday. You can take antihistamine tablet for relief from itching for the time being.
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