Learn about possible causes and treatments for breast pain, along with self-care The pain may be moderate or severe, and affects both breasts. noncancerous (benign) breast condition and rarely indicates breast cancer.
Although many women with pain in one or both breasts may be concerned that it is breast cancer, breast pain is NOT commonly a symptom of cancer.
In most cases, the Foundation adds, breast pain is not a sign of breast cancer. In most cases, breast pain affects the upper, outer area of both breasts - the pain.
Pain can occur in both breasts, one breast, or in the underarm. Severity can It is not linked to a higher risk of breast cancer. Some changes.