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Rashes On The Breast
Highly unusual: The areola has a modified epithelium similar to eyelids, lips, anus, and foreskin. Because of the extremely thin dermis it is very unusual to form a keloid in these areas which explains the extremely low rate of keloids with breast feeding and circumcisions, hemorrhoids, chapped lips, etc (fortunately). However hypertrophic scars can still form in these areas. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
I have crusty itchy red rashes around both areolas. On my left breast, the rashes are also on the skin of the breast. I'm 25, not breastfeeding. Help!
Nerve pain: The 'pain' is interpreted as an itch. The 'bumps' are actually called montgomery glands. ...Read more
Not sure: Most likely not to worry. but I cant tell since I dont know if red?, blisters? itchy?bleeding? At your age not very likely to be cancer, so don't worry. but, you can get skin rashes like anywhere else there. If you want to try something before going to ur doc, then try a fungus creme( like clotrimazole, they sell in foot section of grocery) otherwise keep it clean and dry... if it fades, ok... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably benign: Petechiae are a small (1-2mm) red or purple spot on the body, caused by a minor hemorrhage (broken capillary blood vessels). Petechiae on the breast and not elsewhere is most likely caused by tight fitting bras or clothing. If it is recurrent and has no apparent cause (such as tight bras...), then you should see your doctor for a platelet count check. ...Read more
Hard swelling and itchiness in ass(buttocks). Also, rashes on the buttocks till the front urinal part.
ITCHY BUTT: you have what it could be called pruritis anii which mean itchy butt caused by fungal infection could be treated by anti fungal cream or powder same medicine they use for athlete foot work the rashes could be heat rash or infected hair from scratching too hard use antibiotic cream alternation with hydrocortison cream best way to go and see a doctor that can look at the problem and have better idea ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have red bumpy rashes on my breast which itch. on scratching them, there's more redness in the area. no history of breast cancer. What's causing it?
A number of small: Glands secrete a lubricating material - the montgomery glands. If you an infection that is another issue. ...Read more
I am experiencing skin rash (quality: itchiness) , rash on scalp, rash on face, rash on chest and rash in armpit. The following also describe me: ...
See a dermatologist: There are hundreds of rashes.Get a more detailed answer ›
See a doctor: You may be describing fibrocystic breast nodules that may more often be located in the upper outer breast areas, and may be slightly tender or larger with the menstrual cycle. The only way to tell further is to see your doctor for a physical examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am getting rashes under my breasts from long distance running. They are very painful. How do I still long distance run sans rash?
5'9" 150lbs and 34E breasts. For years I've had back pain and horrible rashes under my breasts. Nothing helps. Would I be a candidate for reduction?
Possibly: Most insurance companies base coverage on the Schnur Nomogram that uses Body Surface Area to calculate grams of tissue to be removed. You are 1.82 sq M BSA, so to qualify you would need to have 441 or more grams removed from each breast. Only a board-certified Plastic Surgeon can assess whether or not this would provide an acceptable result. Suggest you schedule a consult. Thanks. ...Read more