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Had rashes and redness on breasts. Done partial hysterectomy. No history of breast cancer. What may be wrong?

I had a rash that came on over night on my upper right breast it was bright red it has been a week and has just about disappeared I went to the doctor today for my blood work results on my hormones I had a partial hysterectomy 4 years ago. and when I showed her the rash she examed me and it hurt when she touched she wants to see me again in two weeks I don't have any history of breast cancer in my family only colon cancer should I be concerned?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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Hi rashness and redness cannot be sign of breast cancer .it think the rashes can be urticaria or tinea corporis.slight pain on touch only a sign of cancer.go for mammogram to rule out cancer.use atarax 25 mg at night.flucanazole weekly once and application of fintop ointment can cure the condition
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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