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let me go to the old thread and pull up the picture....brb
That's pretty purple....
And given that your workup was unremarkable I agree completely:
here is an excellent article from a highly respected source that you might find helpful:
As you can see there are things you can do and treatments available if necessary.
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That is correct: Nothing serious.
The vein difference from one breast to the other is not unusual. If you are worried just mention it to your doctor during your next exam and mammogram, but I bet it will be OK.
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Without examining you there is no way to know for sure but....given what you have posted.....I think they are nothing to worry about.
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