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i have a small red spot on my breast with a white center. it looks like a pimple because it hurts a bit but i'm not sure what it could be. 20 years ol?

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Dr. Harold Fields
Family Medicine 61 years experience
Pimple: I think your answer is probably correct it is most likely just a pimple

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