Women keep asking me about their breasts. That sounds really strange but it’s true, I’m literally bombarded with questions about sore breasts:
- What is the most common cause of sore breasts and nipples?
- Why do my breasts (boobs) hurt?
- Are tender nipples a sign of PMS?
- Are sore breasts and nipples a sign of cancer?
- Why do I have sensitive nipples during my period?
- Why does one breast hurt and not the other?
- My breasts are sore – am I pregnant?
- Is it normal to have sore breasts with mood swings?
- Why are my breasts sore? I’m menopausal.
- Are sore breasts after ovulation a sign of low progesterone?
- Can HRT cream cause breast soreness?
- What are the causes of tender breasts and nipples apart from pregnancy?
I used to be completely baffled by this because I couldn’t understand why they didn’t ask their own doctors all these questions. When I asked them the answers I got usually went something like:
- I felt too embarrassed to bring it up.
- I felt silly asking him these questions.
- He is usually in a bit of a hurry so I didn’t bother asking.
- He said my mammogram was normal and prescribed some painkillers.
- He said there was nothing to worry about, but I’m still worried.
- I saw my doctor about the pain but it was a complete waste of time.
Does any of this sound familiar? I wrote this guide to sore breasts and nipples so that you can learn about breast pain at your own pace, in a relaxed environment in the comfort of your own home. You can get all the answers to the questions that have been bothering you about your breast pain in one complete guide, without feeling rushed, pressured or embarrassed. But even more than that, the detailed step-by-step program in this book will help you heal your breasts and your whole body as well.