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By Woman and Home TZ. Sore boobs? Don't panic. Two thirds of us will experience breast pain at some point. Variously known as mastalgia, mammalgia and mastodynia, it is not linked with cancer in the vast majority of cases.
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Whether you're a new mom or a seasoned parenting pro, breastfeeding often comes with its fair share of questions. Here are answers to some common queries that mothers — new and veteran — may have. During the first few days to weeks after delivery, you may feel strong, menstrual-like cramps in your uterus when your milk lets down. This is your uterus shrinking back to a smaller size. If your baby is latched on properly, you may have 30 to 60 seconds of pain from the nipple and areola being pulled into your baby's mouth , then the pain should ease. But if you continue to feel pain, stop feeding momentarily and reposition your baby on your breast. If the pain persists, something else might be going on.
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Skip navigation! Story from Body. Perhaps you were putting your bra on in the morning, reaching for something in a top cabinet, or getting a hug, when you first noticed it — an annoying twinge of pain in one or both of your breasts.
Breast pain, also known as mastalgia, mammalgia, and mastodynia, is common and may include a dull ache, heaviness, tightness, a burning sensation in the breast tissue, or breast tenderness. If the pain is linked to the menstrual cycle, it is known as cyclical mastalgia cyclical breast pain. According to the Breast Cancer Foundation, breast pain includes any pain, tenderness or discomfort in the breast or underarm region, and can occur for a number of different reasons. In most cases, the Foundation adds, breast pain is not a sign of breast cancer. In most cases, breast pain affects the upper, outer area of both breasts — the pain can sometimes spread to the arms.