Mammogram/ultrasound report states: "Numerous punctate microcalcifications discovered on magnification views of the left breast, probably representing sclerosing adenosis as described above with similar though less numerous microcalcifications seen o the right. These are felt to be benign as well. Conservative followup advised with repeat left diagnostic mammography and possibly sonography in about 3 months to establish a baseline for this patient"
I also called back my dermatologist and have an appt. on the 20th.
Your rash sounds as a skin condition rather then Inflammatory breast cancer.Symptoms of IBC do not get better,it progresses very fast and would be moving much faster than what you are describing.This rare type of breast would include -rapid unusual increase in breast size,redness, rash, blotchiness on breast,persistent itching of breast or nipple,thickening of breast tissue,stabbing pain and/or soreness of breast,feverish breast,swelling of lymph nodes under the arm or above the collarbone,dimpling or ridging of the breast,flattening or retracting of nipple,a lump that may or may not be present.
A skin biopsy such as you had would have certainly shown if you had this disease. .
Skin rashes can be short-lived, recurrent or chronic and could be caused by many factors such hormonal changes in the body, pityriasis rosea, eczema,yeast infection, psoriasis or allergies that could be caused not only by soaps and lotions but also by Irritants such as clothes made of wool, synthetic fabrics ( material in your bras?) .Wearing natural fibers, like cotton, that allow air to circulate over affected areas can be help minimize irritation.I heard many women who developed a rash cause by certain types of bras.
Because your rash is getting worse I would suggest to you to visit your doctor for a complete medical evaluation to make sure that there isn't an underlying problem.
P.S Sclerosing adenosis is a benign (non-cancerous) finding that may slightly increase a person’s risk of breast cancer.
Your breast microcalcifications are not suspicious,but look mostly benign,otherwise your radiologists would have ordered a biopsy.A 3 months recheck is standard procedure to establish stability since you don't have a baseline for comparison.
Thank you for your help. Have a blessed day. =)