There’s a good reason why menopause is called “the change of life.” It can affect just about every part of your body, including your breasts. During perimenopause-- the years before your periods stop -- you’ll start to notice changes in the size and shape of your breasts. You may also notice. Menopause can cause symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. If you’re nearing menopause, you may also have sore breasts. Menopause is a transitional time of hormonal changes in your body. We’ll explain why menopause can cause breast soreness and offer a few tips to help you ease the discomfort.Author: Stephanie Watson.
Jun 28, 2017 · Fibrocystic breast condition is most common in women after age 30, which continues through perimenopause and menopause. Women with the condition often have fewer problems after menopause (postmenopause). Fibrocystic breast condition that involves hyperplasia is associated with a slightly increased risk of developing breast cancer. Breast pain can be caused by many different things including injury, large and heavy breasts, the development of infections such as mastitis, some medications and or drugs, synthetic hormones, cysts, or hormonal fluctuations. Why Does Menopause Cause Breast Pain? Menopause may cause breast pain because of the decreasing levels in estrogen and Author: Evan Jensen, CPT.
Breast pain, known as mastalgia, is a symptom that a lot of us ladies suffer with during our perimenopause years. Fortunately, breast pain should become a thing of the past once you’re in your postmenopause years. Sore breasts are common during menstruation, but breast pain and discomfort can also occur during perimenopause and menopause. In this article, learn why breast pain can happen at this stage of life. We cover the home remedies that people can use to relieve pain, as well as when to see a doctor for breast symptoms.Author: Aaron Kandola.