I am writing this on behalf of my wife.
She has had a pain in the upper inner right quadrant of the breast for the last 2 years. When this first came up she had an appointment at our local hospital and received a bilateral mammogram and all was normal. There was no focal lesion seen. The radiologist felt there was no need for a ultrasound.
For example she complains of pain: if she lifts her right arm above her head, quick walking, going over road bumps in the car, using the hover, washing the right breast, general things that involve the use of the right arm with a swinging or lifting motion.
Her previous mammogram showed no change to that performed on this occasion.
She is 59, has had one child 27 years ago and menopaused at the age of 49, no hrt.
She has tried heavy duty sports bra’s which do help, but do not resolve the problem. Also co codamol, paracetamol and ibuprofen do nothing to relive the symptoms.
Just looking for ideas of what to do next, or others with the same problem and how they resolved it.