I have had a breast exam and have had my breasts examined by around 5 doctors these past few months. I have been getting rashes between and under my breasts that the doctors say were fungal rashes. I used Lamisil and they mostly went away.
But I have been examining my breasts more and notice my skin sort of has a "peau d'orange" look to it, on both breasts, on most of the skin. It has been there for as long as I can remember, maybe a couple of years at least? My memory is kind of poor, but I have anxiety and I don't remember being alarmed by it in the past, so I'm thinking it's been there for a long, long time. My husband tells me he remembers it for a very long time as well, and can't remember when it started.
The texture is sort of like very fine dimples spaced out, they aren't extremely noticeable.
I've heard that this can be caused by IBC, but I've had my breasts examined by many doctors, including a specialist, and they are sure I don't have it. Plus I've had it for a very long time, and my mother also says she supposedly had it as well before her reduction (she was 42H)?
My breasts are 38K.
The last doctor I saw wasn't concerned about it, he asked "it's always been there, right?" and I answered, "yeah, I guess." He said don't worry about it, but all I read on the internet is that it is caused by cancer and now I am extremely worried.
What else could be causing this? Thanks.