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20 Mar 2003
If I Touch my left breast it is painful. I do not feel any noticeable lumps. Should I worry?
Sharon, it’s OK if the pain comes and goes, but if it stays or gets worse, you will have to see your doctor. If it becomes red you will have to see him a.s.a.p. Good luck.
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