Flaky skin on areola, both sides, being treated for yeast and staph. Yeast infection downstairs. Not improving much anywhere. Could it be Paget's?

Possible. Most malignancies developing in the breast begin within the lining cells of the milk ducts and invade as infiltrating duct cancer. The breast ducts form a confluence meeting in the center of the breast at the skin level as the nipple. Those malignancies arising in the terminal milk ducts spill onto the areola as Pagets disease which is is a rare form of breast cancer in which cancer cells collect in or around the nipple. The nipple and areola often become scaly, red, itchy, and irritated. When this area doesnt heal, biopsy is indicated.