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I have visable blue veins on my breasts and now my lower stomach. And just also noticed red veins all over my breasts. What could this be? l

I have visable blue veins on my breasts and now my  lower stomach. And just also noticed red veins all over my breasts. What could this be? l

Possibly normal: Some people have more visible veins. In rare cases a blockage of the veins inside the abdomen or chest could result in more prominent surface veins, but usually this would also be associated with abdominal swelling, leg swelling, shortness of breath and other symptoms. If you're worried, get a medical exam. But if you're otherwise feeling well, it's unlikely to be a significant problem. ...Read more

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I have extremely large breasts 48ee and they are big and have a lot of red veins and little sores on them i want to know what is the cause?

I have extremely large breasts 48ee and they are big and have a lot of red veins and little sores on them i want to know what is the cause?

Accept who you are: Breast size is variable. Some women have very small breasts, others have average breasts- others have large breasts, a few other women have a very large breast. It depends on your genes as well as the level of hormone/estrogen that you have. When the breast is large it may give you some discomfort due to the size. Some veins more noticeable especially if you have fair skin. Discuss further with md. ...Read more

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My left breast has gotten bigger and there is a lump on my areola with a bright red vein looking mark going across part of my chest and it is tender?

My left breast has gotten bigger and there is a lump on my areola with a bright red vein looking mark going across part of my chest and it is tender?

Mastitis vs tumor: Your complaints are worrisome and firstly you have to see your fd/gyn asap to rule out infection and treat with antibiotics if not better or resolved within one or two wks then you need biopsy to rule our inflammatory breat tumor although it is rare but do happen in your age group. Good luck and act soono ...Read more

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I have a quarter sized red circle on my breast came a week ago. Its not raised, no texture, not itchy, spider veins coming off it. Not ring worm?

I have a quarter sized red circle on my breast came a week ago. Its not raised,  no texture, not itchy, spider veins coming off it. Not ring worm?

Irritation?: Dermatitis is a red circular rash. It could be that. You can try Hydrocortisone 1% cream 3 times a day for a week. If that doesn't work then you should be seen to find out what it is. Ringworm is itchy and raised, so that is not likely in your case. ...Read more

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Suddenly extremely sore breasts and purple/red spider veins?

Suddenly extremely sore breasts and purple/red spider veins?

See a doctor: Breast pain can be due to a number of things: cysts, associated with menstrual cycle, superficial thrombophlebitis of veins (mondor's dz). If the pain is persisting, see a general surgeon, breast surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more

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What does it mean if I have swollen breasts with lots of spider veins on them and nipple ddiscoloration with also random red patches with dull cramps?

What does it mean if I have swollen breasts with lots of spider veins on them and nipple ddiscoloration with also random red patches with dull cramps?

Breast changes: Could be a sign of pregnancy but without really seeing you, this is pure speculation. You should see your primary doctor to have an evaluation and the red patches looked at. ...Read more

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