Red pimple like bump on breast. Does it connect to anything?

Difficult to say. It's often difficult to diagnose skin issues without seeing them in person. I recommend seeing your doctor for diagnosis and any needed treatment.

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Red pimple like bump on breast. Is it just a pimple?

Breast bump, pimple? It is difficult to say , without having a look at it. Start by seeing your pmd. Make an appointment and have it looked at. Read more...

I have a little red bump on my breast kinda like a pimple can it be?

Folliculitis. This could be most likely be from folliculitis. If it does not resolve in a few days topical bactroban (mupirocin) may help. Read more...

I have a pimple-like pea-sized red bump directly between my breasts. It sits under my bra wire and has been here for weeks. What could this be?

RED BUMP ON CHEST. WITHOUT ACTUALLY SEEING THIS RED BUMP, THERE IS NO WAY OF TELLING WHAT IT IS EXACTLY. IT MAY BE A PLUGGED UP OIL GLAND, LIKE A ZIT, DUE TO PRESSURE ON THE SKIN FROM THE BRA. IS IT A NEW BRA PERHAPS? If it persists, see your M.D. MEANWHILE COMPRESS IT WITH WARM WATER AND APPLY ANY ZIT MEDICINE AT BEDTIME. CHANGE YOU BRA. Read more...

I have a red what looks like a pimple but isn't a pimple bump on my breast. It's veiny around the outside and lighter red in the middle. What is it?

For how long? Your description doesnt fit the commonly found variants of breast conditions. It could be multiple things. A physical exam by your physician can help determine its significance. Also, if you are over the age of 40, make sure you have your mammogram. Best wishes Dr. M. Read more...

A couple of days ago I had a pimple like bump on my left breast, went to pop it, wouldn't pop, next day it swelled and red the size of a dime or nicke

Possible abscess. It sounds like you may have a possible abscess. This is often caused by community acquired mrsa. This is a bacteria resistant to certain antibiotics. It should be evaluated by a physician to see if you may need a procedure called an incision an drainage ( i&d) to help your recovery. Read more...
Inflammation. You created local spread and irritation / inflammation by squeezing it when it could not drain externally. Warm compresses should help your body reign it in. May need to see dr for antibiotic if continues to enlarge. Read more...