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Cherry angiomas on breast’s

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I’ve posted about this three years ago and it still bothers me. I’ve had flat cherries on arms since late 20s lots of them and since 30 past three years I keep getting them on breast’s. I read women who are pregnant sometimes get them from hormones but I’m not even close to being pregnant and I’m not on any pills. I read they could be genetic but no one in family has them I read mixed info about them. I’m afraid most dr don’t really now I asked my dr she said they were normal but drs online I asked on HealthTap and other articles say it could mean high estrogen which causes cancer I’m afraid they’re right since why do I keep in no amount of time on my breasts no where else. I’m just going out of my mind thinking I’m gonna get cancer and die. I did a huge mistake reading women online who had breast cancer talking about them having these dots there. I just don’t know what to think. Any women get this in their breast young and have them for years Is what these drs think true?

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I have a  number of them and have shown them to my physician and dermatologist and they both said to me they are nothing to worry about. 

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Yes most drs in US say they’re harmless but drs in other countries think they are caused by estrogen or other things bromide. This line in Dr Chi drs name scares crap out of me tell me what you think: Lack of Moons and Cherry Angiomas Together This was also found together for so many people. Remember that when there is an extreme lack of moons, meaning either moons on only the thumbs or missing all the moons all together, this can be a risk factors for cancer or other severe oxygen depletion health challenges. Team this sign up with the cherry angiomas and a possibility of estrogen dominance or other potential hormone imbalances, this can be a strong risk factor for cancer. More specifically, the potential for breast cancer for women and prostrate cancer for men. Dr Chi describes in his lecture that we all have cancer cells that are simply sitting patiently awaiting angiogenesis. Angiogensis is defined as the formation of new blood vessels, especially blood vessels that supply oxygen and nutrients to cancerous tissue. Understanding that the cancer cells are simply waiting for an extreme increase in blood supply to quickly proliferate

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In regard to what you and other doctors have said, I will tell you what 4 doctors told me. My internal medicine, GI and a client of mine who is a nephrologist and cardiologist all told me longevity is based on a little heredity and a whole lot of luck. My dermatologist told me nothing in medicine is 0% or 100%. I do agree that we may all have cancer cells dormant. In order for me to have at least some peace of mind, I choose to rely on what my physicians and friend have told me. 

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Thank you when you talk about the cancer cells your not referring to what that article said right just how there are cancer cells in general not like what that guy said right 

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I get anxious about various things myself. Sometimes I think the worst case outcome myself sometimes too. My GI physician told me when some patients come in they think they have a big tumor growing inside of them which is mostly not the case. 

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Sorry to ask again  I’m worried cause that dr also online said that having moons only on your thumbs not any other finger means you get cold feet and hands and anemia. I do have anemia and get cold hands feet I’m worried now it means he’s right about the other thing what do you think?

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My mother was pretty much identical to you and lived to age 81.

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Marc I need help again I’m freaking out cause since I last posted I got more tiny cherry angiomas on chest and breasts I don’t understand why I’m so scared it means my estrogen is high and gonna cause cancer. I have appointment next week to see what my estrogen level is just to make sure it’s not I’m just really scared and sad.

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YOU ARE FINE. DON'T WORRY NEEDLESSLY. 

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Hi I went to my dr today she said they were harmless and I forgot to ask her why I keep getting them but she wasn’t worried at all she said that I don’t show signs of high estrogen and not to worry. I just worry still since keep getting more

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I am going to see my dermatologist this Thursday and I will ask him about them and let you know what he has to say about them. 

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I saw my dermatologist yesterday and he said they are nothing to be concerned about. I have a weird shaped brown spot on my right arm and he said to not worry about that either. 

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Thanks I’m trying to not worry about it but it’s hard I seem to get more everyday I just don’t understand did he say it means nothing if you get them everyday

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