In most cases, the pain disappear gradually or incidentally without any management; however a small percentage develop persistent and long standing breast pain. Pain in the breast also known as mastalgia in more scientific terms may occur alone or may be associated with symptoms like swelling, lump, discharge, redness, edema and other similar features. Here are a few most common causes of tingling in the breast. Causes of Tingling in Breast Following lists some of the most common causes of tingling sensation in the breast that may be associated with pain and other symptoms: 1. Hormonal Changes Hormonal changes during, before or after the menstrual period affects the tissue and fluid concentration of the breast tissue and may lead to pain, discomfort and feeling of heaviness in the chest. Same factors are responsible for pain in the breasts during pregnancy as a result of growth and development of glandular tissue of breast under the influence of estrogen and progesterone in an attempt to prepare the mammary glands for lactation.
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