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Pimple on breast areola, scaly skin, itching. Inflammatory breast cancer?

I have a sort of pimple/ acne on aerola of my left breast. theres also a small area of scaly skin near by. the pimple is very itchy. I am worried that maybe its breast cancer. I have read about the Inflammatory breast cancer . i only felt pain once in my breast. but its the itching that s got me worried and of course the thought that maybe its cancer. I have been having this condition for about 2-3 months. To what doctor am I supposed to go? I mean am I supposed to go to a gynae?? I am I dont know much about this.please guide me
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
As per the history elicited, it does not seem to be breast cancer. It must be a skin problem.
Just stand in front of mirror and palpate your breast to see whether there is any lump deep to the itchy area. If not, then you need not worry.
Dermatologist will be the right doctor you should consult to.
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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