Definition of Mastodynia. Meaning of Mastodynia. Synonyms of Mastodynia

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Definition of Mastodynia

Mastodynia
Mastodynia Mas`to*dyn"i*a, Mastodyny Mas*tod"y*ny, n. [NL. mastodynia, fr. Gr. ? the breast + ? pain.] (Med.) Pain occuring in the mamma or female breast, -- a form of neuralgia.

Meaning of Mastodynia from wikipedia

- Breast pain Other names Mastodynia, mastalgia, breast tenderness Specialty Gynecology Types Cyclic, non-cyclic Causes Menstrual cycle related, birth control...
- this explains many of its distressing side effects; decreased libido, mastodynia, and gynecomastia may occur in 50% or more of men, and menometrorrhagia...
- and/or galactorrhea (excessive or inappropriate production of milk). Mastodynia (breast tenderness/pain) frequently co-occurs with mammoplasia. During...
- patients have been reported to experience mammoplasia (breast enlargement), mastodynia (breast pain/tenderness), galactorrhea (inappropriate or excessive milk...
- armpit and swelling beneath the armpit or around the collarbone. Pain ("mastodynia") is an unreliable tool in determining the presence or absence of breast...
- 2001). "Cyclic progestin therapy for the management of mastopathy and mastodynia". Gynecological Endocrinology. 15 Suppl 6: 37–43. doi:10.1080/gye.15.s6...
- 2001). "Cyclic progestin therapy for the management of mastopathy and mastodynia". Gynecol. Endocrinol. 15 Suppl 6: 37–43. doi:10.1080/gye.15.s6.37.43...
- result in various side effects including mammoplasia (breast enlargement), mastodynia (breast pain/tenderness), galactorrhea (inappropriate or excessive milk...
- days shorter or longer than the length of the average cycle. Absence of mastodynia (breast pain or tenderness) occurs in about 20% of women with ovulatory...
- the body.[citation needed] Known estrogen-dependent conditions include mastodynia (breast pain/tenderness), breast fibroids, mammoplasia (breast enlargement)...
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