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Skin peeling on breast - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Dry Skin
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Practicing since : 2005
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User :   hello?
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   Okay, well i have been having a skin condition and i wanted to know if it was early signs of breast cancer or something
User :   the skin around my left breast has been peeling
Doctor :  
User :   and i moisturized it
User :   but it keeps coming back
User :   and im really very scared
User :   is this serious/
Doctor :  
only peeling ?
User :   yes
Doctor :  
nothing else
User :   yes
Doctor :   whats ur age?
User :   14
Doctor :  
nothing to worry
Doctor :  
its not breast cancer
User :   then what is it?
User :   irritation?
Doctor :  
may be dryness odf skin or allergic reaction to the bra u are using
User :   hmm....but it just happened like a day ago...i didn't really change my bra or anything
Doctor :  
User :   but thank've reassured me
User :   what are the signs of breast cancer then?
Doctor :   welcome

User :   i thought it was peeling or like a lump
Doctor :  
lump in the breast
Doctor :  
skin becomes like orange fruit
Doctor :  
weight loss
Doctor :   breast becomes fixed with out movement

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