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Left Breast Blister
I have a blister on my left breast at first it looked like a tiny pimple. I squeezed it it popped but it's a blister and I see the white thing floatin?
Breast pimple: That breast pimple may have been a small gland known as a Montgomery gland. They are found in the areola and secrete a filmy fluid to keep the nipple moist ...Read more
Warm compress: Apply heat compress, if fluid drains, It should resolve. If blister and redness persists, Have evaluation ...Read more
So, I am 17 a few weeks ago noticed a little red blood blister looking bump underneath my left breast its above skin. No pain or itching what is it??
I currently have a couple of blisters on my left breast, they look like burns although i haven't injured myself nor have i been bitten. They are sore ?
Could be: This could be several diseases. See your dermatologist to find out. ...Read more
In the last day, I have developed a red mile or blood blister on my left breast. I have made an appt to see dermo but should I see OB? Worried
What can I put on or take to get rid of sharp pain? I have a rash with blisters on rib cage under the left breast and it's very painful.
Mother in icu. Skin infection from mid back to left breast. Red, hot, raised, with blisters and dark purple streaks. Kidney level 15. Cardiac enzyme high. Chest pain. Short breath. What to expect?
Many problems: There are multiple problems going on here; it sounds like a severe skin infection, kidney failure, and a possible heart attack. Unfortunately, due to the severitty and complexity of this issue, there's no reasonable way to say anything about what to expect other than her prognosis, from those metrics alone, is poor. Talk to the intensive care doctors. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Good aftrn doc,pls what does this mean?Ther r multiple fibroglandular thickenings in both breast but especially in d inner quadrants of d left breast.
NORMAL: variations in healthy breasts...should be followed with regular MAMMOGRAPHY since the "condition" does make manual breast exams less useful! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Go see doctor: Pain breast can be from any causes- most commonly a non harmful condition called "fibrocystic breast disease". Most concerning would be breast cancer- at 33 you are at risk and would need eval with either mammogram and/or ultrasound. There are other possible conditions - such as infection, cyst etc- but you wont know unless you go for evaluation. ...Read more