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Painful breast, red bump under nipple, painful. What is wrong?

I felt slight pain on my right breast @1 month ago. Felt the area & noticed a light red bump under the nipple . There are small bumps on the aeorla that are normal; this one is not. It is slightly brighter in color & hurts if I touch it & still hurts afterwards. Had it for awhile. Am 45, had children.hurts now as I text,weird kind of pain.thanks
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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It seems that you might be having some infection in areola giving rise to this problem.
But as you are 45 years, you requires evaluation your problem.
Consult gynaec and get your both breasts examined thoroughly for having any lumps or any abnormal discharge.
You may require Mammography.
After examination and investigations line of treatment can be decided.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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