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.Author: Stephanie Watson.
Tenderness or pain. Why It Happens: Because the hormonal changes of perimenopause make your cycle irregular, breast soreness can strike unpredictably, according to the National Cancer.
You can also talk to your health care professional about combination estrogen/progesterone therapy. There's evidence that it may relieve breast tenderness in women who have breast tenderness prior to starting hormone therapy; paradoxically, however, it may increase breast tenderness in women who didn't have it to begin with.
Breast tenderness/pain is a common symptom of perimenopause and menopause, and you should know it's unlikely to signal anything more serious, such as breast cancer. However, if you suspect that something is not right with your breasts, see your doctor. And Author: Ellen Dolgen.
Breast tenderness is a common symptom during menopause and other times of hormonal fluctuation.During menopause, when hormonal levels are in flux, a woman is more likely to develop breast tenderness. Though postmenopausal women may also experience breast tenderness, it is most common in premenopausal and perimenopausal women.