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Q: Tingling Sensation in Breast

I have been having Tingling sensations in both my breast at odd times during the day.  It is at times related to my emotions i.e. if I am upset it will flare up. But I will have the tingling during times I am having very calm moments as well.  This is very odd and uncomfortable feeling.  I know I am not pregnant and it's a different feeling than the tender breast feeling you get when you are pregnant.  Has anyone else out there had any similar feelings or have any idea what this could be?

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PJ Hamel, Health Guide
2/14/10 8:54pm

Hi Tammy - Since this is in both breasts, it wouldn't be a breast cancer symptom. You might want to take a look at our post on breast vibrations, see if this seems like what you're experiencing. Other than that, it could be peri-menopausal - are you at an age where you might be heading into menopause? Next time you see your GP, ask him/her about this; it could be there's something that can be done about it. Sounds annoying! Good luck - PJH

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Tammy, Community Member
2/14/10 9:26pm

I am 42 so I guess I am headed or already in the menopause age:( I will read up on breast vibrations.  Thanks for following up with me.

 

Tammy

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PJ Hamel, Health Guide
2/14/10 9:42pm

You're welcome, Tammy - let us know if there's anything more we can do to help. PJH

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By Tammy, Community Member— Last Modified: 01/26/14, First Published: 02/14/10