Dry flaky skin post revision BA 2 years ago.
Doctor Answers 1
Hard to say without seeing
You ought to set up some time to either see your plastic surgeon or a dermatologist. Dry flaky skin on the nipple and areola can rarely be Paget's disease which is a potential precursor to breast cancer. I certainly don't want you to be alarmed but, at the same time, its not something I would completely blow off. Good luck.
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