Red spots on the breastsDear Joe de Livera,
After taking Sulfur 30c and Phosphorus 30c the red spots on my breasts have become more numerous they are not smarting, nor itching. I am 61 years old, and For the last several years I did not take any medicine for colitis. After Sulph and Phosph the pains in my abdomen disappeared, my severe headache disappeared and my sleep is better. However, besides that the red spots became more numerous, I got this neck pain extending to my both ears and pain in the front of my neck.I don't have burning in my stomach, going to my larynx and my headache to me does not have a connection with my abdominal pains(which I don't have any more).The problems are the neck pains and the red spots.Do you think it might be a reaction from taking Sulfur and Phosphorus?What would you advise me to take?
Thank you very much for your answer.
Stefka on 2006-10-09
I don't want to alarm you, but I just found out about this type of breast cancer that's not like others, it's called inflammatory breast cancer, you can do a google search on it. I just saw that you have red spots and had to post this, just in case (IBC is a very aggressive form of cancer) Here's some info~
One or more of the following are Typical Symptoms of IBC:
Swelling, usually sudden, sometimes a cup size in a few days
Pink, red, or dark colored area (called erythema) sometimes with texture similar to the skin of an orange (called peau d'orange)
Ridges and thickened areas of the skin
What appears to be a bruise that does not go away
Nipple discharge, may or may not be bloody
Breast is warm to the touch
Breast pain (from a constant ache to stabbing pains)
Change in color and texture of the areola
nonniecita last decade
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