36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 8 months pregnant and have lump in my breast since many years, have consulted doctor also. Recently i am having pain in breast, suggest me what can i do get relief

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Answer: Hello! Please consult the doctor immediately . Also apply warm compress to get some relief from the pain . Take care
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