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Very light purple pinkish (light) dots on both breast, looks like where tiny pink veins meet, very fair skinned but never noticed b4, what are causes?

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Dr. Mark Schwartz
Surgery - Vascular
2 doctors agree

In brief: Seek Medical Advice

Usually hereditary or secondary to sun damage.
Seek out a professional opinion.

In brief: Seek Medical Advice

Usually hereditary or secondary to sun damage.
Seek out a professional opinion.
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Dr. Albert Malvehy
Phlebology

In brief: Hormonal changes

If you have new, prominent veins in the breast, you may be undergoing hormonal changes.
These can be simple cyclical changes like your menstrual cycle or can be an indicator or larger changes like pregnancy. They are not signs of cancer or anything serious or abnormal. If they bother you, a phlebologist or vein specialist can treat them cosmetically. Phlebology.Org for referrals.

In brief: Hormonal changes

If you have new, prominent veins in the breast, you may be undergoing hormonal changes.
These can be simple cyclical changes like your menstrual cycle or can be an indicator or larger changes like pregnancy. They are not signs of cancer or anything serious or abnormal. If they bother you, a phlebologist or vein specialist can treat them cosmetically. Phlebology.Org for referrals.
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Dr. Thomas Wright
Phlebology

In brief: Telangiectasia

What you describe is either telangiectasia or spider angioma.
These are just dilated vessel in the skin and are just mild cosmetic nuisance. Telangiectasias are cause by sun damage or aging , spider angioma are cause by hormones or aging. Both are common on the chest . If they bother you or for additional information see a doctor.

In brief: Telangiectasia

What you describe is either telangiectasia or spider angioma.
These are just dilated vessel in the skin and are just mild cosmetic nuisance. Telangiectasias are cause by sun damage or aging , spider angioma are cause by hormones or aging. Both are common on the chest . If they bother you or for additional information see a doctor.
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