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Fredericksburg, VA
A 25-year-old female asked:

i having a pimple right under my breast , it look like a pimple red swollen up a bit and sensitive to touch, it also have 3 small yellow spot inside?

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Dr. Tanya Russo
Pediatrics 25 years experience
Skin infections: Pus filled bumps on the skin are usually the symptom of a skin infection. When they become red, warm to touch and painful it is called cellulitis. Treatment of this includes oral antibiotics and occassionally drainage. See your doctor, because resistant infections are becoming more common and require special treatment.

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I have sternal chest pain and cxr showed increased lung markings in the base of my lungs. I was sent home to folliw up. Is this serious? Cardiac labs were normal.

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Dr. Gutti Rao
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