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Itchy and hot rash on left breast, history of cancer, had malignant melanoma, spots on liver observed

I have rash on left breast strong hist of fam cancer incl BC - Dr is scheduling mamm and ultrasound, have had malignant melanoma in past and 2 spots on liver being observed but not since my fam Dr retired - rash has been itchy hot moved toward nipple - breast just doesn't feel right almost bruised Feeling to the touch - should I b worried - is 3 wks now. And appeared just like that - in a blink of an eye .. Thx sorry foR the bpther I do not have either payment methoD :( my husband is also recovering from stge IV adv cancer
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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HI
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You have history of malignant disease, and right now your breast has got the lesion then why to take any chance, why not to go for clinical examination, this will rule out the differential diagnosis, it may not be a dangerous one, but taking it as granted is not wise step, in my opinion you better consult the physician, take care of your self,have good day.
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