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I have burning sensation in my breast and tingling feeling in my feet?

By Anonymous July 29, 2010 - 12:02pm
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I started having tingling feeling in my breast since the first week of June followed by a tingling sensation in my feet. I also had severe leg cramps for two weeks but that is now gone and I get fatigue easily. I am not pregnant and that was confirmed by a blood test at the hospital. The hospital also told me that I had a large Fibroid which may be causing harmonal imbalance. I am also obese and have recently joined a gym where I lost 16 pounds so far. I am worried because I have High Blood Pressure and a family history of High Blood Pressure and Diabetes.

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I have had the same symptom and was because of my menstrual cycle, this could easily be the problem for you too. just a thought.

October 4, 2011 - 3:05pm

I am happy to hear that you talked with a doctor. What was recommended as far as treatment for your large fibroid?

The tingling feeling in your breast: is it painful? Is your breast tissue warm to the touch, or do you have any discharge from your nipples?

Congratulations on losing 16 pounds...that is very hard to do! Keep up the great work! It sounds like a talk with your primary GYN is needed to talk about your possible hormone imbalance; you can have blood tests done to check if this is true or not.

Are you currently seeking treatment with specialists about your high blood pressure and diabetes?

July 29, 2010 - 1:37pm
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