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Blue veins in breast surrounded by tiny red veins with pain in breasts
I have a long blue vein surrounded by tiny little red veins in my left breast. The right breast also has a small blue vein surrounded by tiny red veins. I have pain in both breasts. I am not pragnant , im under 30 and had a breast reduction surgery before one year. The veins in my right arm are becoming prominant blue. Sometimes I feel pain in chest, head and in blue veins in hands. The headache is usually on the left side of head and sometimes on right side as well. There is also a little wart around the anal area since three months now. I also had a ETS surgery to stop the Hyperhidrosis before one year. Please suggest something if it is edema or a cancer or what?
Any comments will be very appreciated.
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