hi i have had 3 surgeries to remove subareolar absesses,2 lumpectomies and one terminal duct excision..each time it was hell! i have had so many mams/ultrasounds/MRI..my nippple is partially inverted since i last breastfed over ten yrs ago,and each time the infections come back,i also get peeling and flaking skin on nipple&areola..all biopsies say no pagets..4 months after last surgery,here I go again :( you are NOT alone
Please message me or email me at ***@****. I want hear ur outcome from the abscess since 2010I since I have the same condition now and just had my first surgery to remove abscess and some infected ducts
Feel free to email me at ***@****. I have been diagnosed with the same condition. I agree that the Breast Cancer forum isn't the right place but I have looked and looked for a place to discuss this and couldn't find one. I'm glad that you posted something here/anywhere. Thanks, CW
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