About a week ago i noticed my right nipple there was sort of a scab on it and I thought of it as nothing big and left it alone. The nights I went to bed were fine expect I noticed that that same nipple started to burn and become painful. When I saw it the following morning pieces of skin started to come off and it's happened the following days as I put ointment and a band aid over it. The nipple has has become raw skin. Is there anything I can do to cure this?
I am 16 years old and i have the same issue as egroeg. My left nipple is itchy and the skin is peeling. When i take of my bra, some dried liquid will be in it (gross, i know). I also have not been getting my period, but i think this is because i am overweight.
Please help me, I am really scared
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