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What is this painful spot on my right breast near my armpit ?

Hi, I m 23 this year, a specific spot on my right breast near my armpit has been hurting for 2 days now.. it comes and go, the pain is about every 2-5 seconds and the whole session normally last for about an hour, then it stop and acts up again. My lips are pale too. what could it be?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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Is there any swelling in that region. Is this the time just before your menstrual period. You could be having inflammation of that region of the breast called Axillary tail of Spence. You can take a pain killer like Paracetamol for trial of pain relief. Avoid touching or rubbing the area. Don't do excessive arm movements, give rest to right arm. Apply warm compress with water bag for relief. Consult your Doctor if the pain is not relieved or you find any lumps.
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