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what is differense between chest pain or breast pain ?

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hi
i married from 9 months but before one month of being married i feel pain in my brest some times in one side and some times on another.. and before married i also had irregular perionds and after a married my cycle is after the 2 months then i detected as PCOS.. i want to pregnant..my doctor gve me dhuphaston tablets for regulate my cycle and balance the harmones... but i m still feeling painn in my breast now feel like any pressure on my breast so plz tell me it is because of PCOS or taking hormones?????
and plz tell me wht is differense between chest pain or breast pain because i dont know either its breast pain or chest...
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replied February 14th, 2011
Breasts Answer A19607
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Chest pain is usually diffuse over the entire chest and can be aggravated by movements, deep breath etc. Breast pain is localized in the breast tissue and usually precipitated by touch, pressure etc. The Breast pain can be cyclical (mastalgia) which is usually due to changes in hormonal levels during your menstrual cycle. Hormone containing pills can aggravate it.
Consider discussing about the symptoms with your gynecologist and request for complete hormonal analysis. Discuss about getting started on insulin modifiers and ovulation inducers to help in regulating PCOS and also help with getting pregnant. Be in regular follow-up with your treating gynecologist.
Take care.



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