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Things You Can Do for Your Breast Pain (Mastalgia)

What you would do if you suffer with breast pain (mastalgia)? If you have read our previous articles about breast pain, you might have general understanding about breast pain and the types, cyclical and non-cyclical breast pain.

After our article about things you should know about breast pain, now we provide you with information about things you can do for your breast pain.

Here are things you can do for breast pain.
You can treat breast pain with nonprescription drugs, such as:

  • Acetaminophen
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as naproxen, ibuprofen, ketoprofen, or aspirin

You should remember to follow the instructions. You better avoid these drugs if you are pregnant or trying to be pregnant since it may harmful to the infant. You should avoid consume aspirin if you are younger than 20 years of age due to the risk if Reye’s syndrome.

You may also take the following suggestions:

Birth control pills
These pills might help to lessen cyclic breast pain and breast inflammation before menstrual periods. Nonetheless, at some cases, some women feel the symptoms get worse when they take birth control pills.

Magnesium
Take magnesium supplements in the second half of your menstrual cycle to get rid of cyclic breast pain and other pre-menstrual symptoms.

Reduce dietary fat to 15 % of your dietary intake
It would take months before you notice the differences.

Reduce caffeine intake
Some women feel they have a lessening pain in the breast after they reduce the quantity of consumed caffeine.

How to Prevent Breast Pain
Wearing a sport bra during your exercise may prevent breast pain, discomfort and tenderness. It would be better for you to ensure your sports bra fit appropriately with your breasts.

The bra should make your breasts stay still and allow them to move together with your chest. Moreover, you should change your sport bra as the material become less supportive (i.e., stretches).

You should consult with your doctor and other health care professionals to get a better knowledge and information about Breast Pain (Mastalgia).

Kindly bear in mind, this article is not solely intended as the only source of information about Breast Pain (Mastalgia).

1 response to Things You Can Do for Your Breast Pain (Mastalgia)

  1. I am 20 year old and have breast pain last three days

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