Red spots under both breasts?

Intertrigo. Intertrigo (intertriginous dermatitis) is an inflammatory condition of skin folds, induced or aggravated by heat, moisture, maceration, friction, and lack of air circulation. Intertrigo frequently is worsened or colonized by infection, which most commonly is candidal but also may be bacterial, fungal, or viral. Intertrigo commonly affects the axilla, perineum, inframammary creases, abdominal folds.
Unsure. Intertrigo is one possibility. This rash would likely need to be examined and more history obtained to be able to provide you with useful input about the diagnosis or possible treatment.

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What causes red spots under both breasts?

Yeast vs Bacteria. Often the red spots/bumps/rash under the breasts is due to excessive moisture accumulation and a resulting infection with either yeast (candida albicans) or bacteria (like staph or strep). Your doctor can easily help you with this. For now, try some ketoconazole 1% otc cream for the yeast and a benzoyl peroxide wash for the bacteria. Get in to see your doctor, they can diagnose the problem. Read more...

had a rash of red spots under both breasts now that have come and go since last August, they are red, itchy and sore, could this be a fungal rash?

Yes. The skin under your breasts are often (since its warm and often moist) where fungal infections "set uphouse' Over the counter LOTRIMIN (clotrimazole) cream may help and if not your GYN can treat with Prescription anti-fungal preparations. Hope this helps! Dr Z. Read more...

I have red spots on breast that are spreading could it be a forum of breast cancer?

Certainly not. Breast cancer almost never presents this way. Some kind of skin problem is far more likely. I would be happy to help you with that if you like. . Read more...

I have sudden red spots on one of my breast what could be the cause?

Depends. Have they been there days? Wait & see if they go away. Do they itch? Are they blistered? Painful? Could be shingles. Have the spots been there for more than 10 days? Are they spreading? Do you pick at them? Generally, if a rash resolves in a couple of weeks and you leave it alone, don't worry. If it persists, have an MD check it out. Be honest if you pick or punch the spots. Read more...