The only rash I can think of that comes close to your description is eczema or one of its variants. The breast implants have nothing to do with it. Triamcinolone was a good choice, but it's fairly mild. See a dermatologist, but before you go, pick up some Sarna Sensitive lotion at the drugstore (OTC), apply it every time you think of scratching, and don't scratch. I am confident that you have nothing to worry about.
On a side note, watch the cough. A persistent, annoying cough can be a side effect of ACE inhibitors such as Lisinopril. If you've recently had a cold, it's probably just from that, but if you are just noticing a lingering, annoying cough for no apparent reason...speak to your doctor about the Lisinopril.
REgarding the cough and Lisonopril. Is it possible for the cough to start even 9 weeks after taking the medication?: I don't have a cold but i do have all the phlegm that comes with this nasty cough. I actuallty mentioned this to my doctor but he dismissed it. Thanks for ALL of your information, it truly helps!
It's usually described as a persistent dry cough, so if yours is phlegmy, it might not be from that. I take the same med, so it caught my eye. I haven't ever had a cough from it, though.
You might want to go to a breast care centre and have the rash appraised by them. Inflammatory breast cancer presents with a rash, rather than a lump. Best to be prudent and have it checked out. Lots of bc doctors haven't seen ibc as it is fairly rare. Best be safe than sorry. I have bc and am treated at a specialist bc centre, so they know what they are looking at.
Take care, good luck.
Were you successful in treating this problem? I have had the exact same symptons for one week. Like yourself I have never had any skin problems.