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If your breast pain is related to extra mammary or chest wall pain, the doctor will advise you on the treatment accordingly depending on its cause.
If there is an identifiable cause for the breast pain such as infection, appropriate treatment for the underlying cause will be given. If not, true non-cyclical breast pain with no attributable cause can be treated as for cyclical breast pain.
Treatment for cyclical breast pain If you have cyclical breast pain, the pain that you are experiencing is part of your monthly cycle and is normal. The pain is usually self-limiting without need of further treatment. However, if the pain becomes unmanageable, some of the treatment options below may help: