Re: Severe nerve pain & spasticity in pectoral/breast tissue

I have severe pain in left breast,it usually starts after alot of movement. In the worst case it moves all the way to the right side/back. But mostly is in the left side. Rating on scale of 1-10. It starts at a 9 and then lessens to 4,but constant pressure. Have had EKG(normal),CT Scan(normal)so Dr is puzzled. Have appt with ortho Dr in a week. Pain is constant,even after taking IBU and is worst when lying,moving or breathing. Any suggestions? I am a 50yr old female.

Posted By CIndy on January 08, 2008 at 20:04:34:

In Reply to: Re: Severe nerve pain & spasticity in pectoral/breast tissue posted by mel on September 22, 2007 at 15:44:53:

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