Chest pain cure: Heartburn, indigestion, stress, and body changes are the most common causes of chest pain during pregnancy.Hormonal changes during pregnancy cause increased blood flow and changes in the breast tissue, which may make your breasts, feel swollen, sore, tingly, and unusually sensitive to touch. Some women describe the sensation as pain or an exaggerated version of how their breasts feel before their period.Woman body keeps growing and adjusting throughout pregnancy, and some of these changes can also cause pain in the chest. Expanding uterus can put pressure on your diaphragm. Breasts become larger, and rib cage widens. Both of these changes cause pressure and, possibly, pain along with shortness of breath.Castor Oil: Use irradiance and olive oil to reduce breast ache. It increases the blood circulation in the breast, which strains away the pain.
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