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Breast itching and upper back pain
Hi 27 f.iam having burning sensation just at the end of left breast which is passing from under arm to breast corner and nipple aerial area and upper back pain .what may b the reason .no lump as of now.
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Maintain good hygiene clean clothes frequent change of clothing lactocalamine lotion anti histamine analgesics may help you madam
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Breast itch may be coz of fungal infection...intertriginous areas,,,nd ur burning sensation is due to the infection itself and superadded nerve irritation
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