Breast pain is not usually linked to breast cancer. Having breast pain or fibrocystic breasts does not mean you are at higher risk of developing cancer. However.
Learn about possible causes and treatments for breast pain, along with self-care Mayo Clinic does not endorse companies or products. signals a noncancerous (benign) breast condition and rarely indicates breast cancer.
Around 70 percent of women report pain in one or both breasts, and only or otherwise; breast pain without a known cause or that does not go.
Your breasts can hurt for lots of reasons. WebMD describes the types and causes of breast pain.