Back to top 3. Before using this type of pain relief you should be assessed and get advice from your doctor on the correct dose, how long you should use it for and any possible side effects, especially if you have asthma, stomach ulcers or any problem related to your kidneys. Look at your magnesium and your B vitamins. Making sure you have enough fibre in your diet will help your body balance out oestrogen levels Consuming stimulants such as caffeine can have an unwanted effect on breasts. The same hormones that cause overall breast soreness during perimenopause may also lead to tender or sensitive areas within your breasts.
Usually affects one breast, in a localized area, but may spread more diffusely across the breast. If your GP thinks you may have non-cyclical breast pain or chest wall pain, they may ask you to lean forward during the examination.