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What is Mastodynia?

Description of the disease

Mastodynia is a condition characterized by breast pain and swelling. It is usually associated with the menstrual cycle in women aged 30-50.


Mastodynia can be cyclic (related to the menstrual cycle) and noncyclic (not related to the cycle).


  • Swelling and enlargement of the breasts
  • Pain and feeling of heaviness in the chest
  • Sensitivity of the breasts


Causes of mastodynia may include hormonal changes, stress, improper diet, and the use of certain medications.


To diagnose mastodynia, the doctor performs a breast examination, prescribes ultrasound, mammography, and molecular genetic tests.


Treatment of mastodynia may include lifestyle changes, medication, physiotherapy, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


For the prevention of mastodynia, it is recommended to maintain a proper diet, engage in moderate physical activity, avoid stressful situations, and have regular consultations with a gynecologist.


A gynecologist is responsible for diagnosing and treating mastodynia.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.