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Itchy left nipple, on HRT, had complete Hysterectomy, diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. Any relation ?

I m a 54 year old female, who over the last month have noticed, especially my left nipple is quite itchy. I m on HRT as I ve had a complete Hysterectomy (ovaries removed) over 20 years ago. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 10 years ago and I m being seen by a Rheumotologist. I have read some information regarding itchy nipples may be related to Fibromyalgia. I was taking Lyrica but ceased this three months ago ... this itchiness has only begun in the last month. Many thanks for your time. AAAAAA:)
Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. There is no close relation between fibromyalgia and itchy nipple but as you are taking HRT cause may be HRT. If your skin has any changes along with itchy nipple you need to consult your doctor for this to rule out malignant conditions. Thank you.
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