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    Default Breast bumps?! Is this normal?!

    Hi guys any help would be appreciated. I have had these yellow spots on my boobs for a while now, they don't hurt or cause any problems that I am aware of... but they are there. Does anyone else have them? Is this normal? Or does anyone have any idea what they could be? IMG_1477608121.177082.jpg

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    I can't help with what they are but my general rule is when it comes to breasts, if there is any change I get them checked just to put my mind at ease x

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    Any changes (lumps, discolouration, discharge) I would always suggest heading to the dr. Could be nothing. Could be something. But I would always rather be safe and have it checked out xx

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    Thank you ladies I suppose I will just have to bite the bullet so to speak and book in an appointment, was something I was hoping to avoid

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    Do you have lot's of moles? To me yours look like sebaceous moles, usually yellow looking and can be around the breast areas too.

    I don't know how old you are, however my skin specialist told me that noone should grow 'new' moles over the age of 40, so anything new should be investigated.

    All the best, but definitely get them checked over for peace of mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Do you have lot's of moles? To me yours look like sebaceous moles, usually yellow looking and can be around the breast areas too.

    I don't know how old you are, however my skin specialist told me that noone should grow 'new' moles over the age of 40, so anything new should be investigated.

    All the best, but definitely get them checked over for peace of mind.
    Thank you for your reply, I don't have moles as such, but I am very very freckled on my arms and face. As in that kid who used to get called the freckle fart from Kmart! I am 24 and have had these yellowish spots for a couple of years now at least, but have just noticed a few more popping up.


 

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