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Sharp pain on the bottom right of my left breast?

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Okay so unlike my last question, I'll keep this short:
On the bottom right of my left breast there is a sharp but sort of dull pain. It only feels like that when i stretch backward. But the times other than that, it feels like it itches on the inside of my skin; like underneath. Before that started happening, for months I had an aching pain under it on the left side of my abdomen area and at the top of the abdomen area on my right side. I still kind of have that pain on my left side. But I don't know. It's really weird. I just want to know what this is without going to the doctor and wasting insurance if it's nothing because I have a problem with worrying myself haha. Help. Please & thanks Smile
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replied April 1st, 2010
Unfortunately, it is not possible to offer patients a specific diagnosis without being able to examine them. I suggest that you visit your doctor for an exam.

Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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