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Itching in the left nipple, left shoulder frozen. Reason, remedy?

I have some left chest nipple surrounding area and back side and left ribs side in left have some itching feeling and nipple left side and surrounding area have some burning feel if slide my hand . This is a feel since last 1 week and also the same left side shoulder is frozen since last 10 months. Movements are better and improving. But this etching problem- may I know the reason and remedy please Doctor
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Itchy nipple has various reasons like some allergic conditions (dermatitis), fungal infections, bacterial infections and very rarely some kind of breast cancers like Paget's disease. As you have associated left side frozen shoulder as well, there is a need to rule out whether there is any association between these two. I suggest you to undergo a proper physical examination with a General Surgeon doctor to make a proper diagnosis.

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Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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