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I use dial as well. Doesn't help

:( that sticks... Have u been able to try putting some kind of cloth across wherever UR skin touches yet? In the summer months this is my saving grace.. Being from Arizona and have had a complete hysterectomy/ hot flashes and sweating all day long... I have even used paper towels to collect the trapped moisture, double it up and lay it between my skin folds where ever the skin overlaps.. I know that's a bit graphic but that's what this place is for, our good-bad-&ugly! When the moisture is trapped, it begins to grow a bacteria that causes our skin to break down.. My area is my lower tummy.. I hope ur breasts get some relief soon because that no fun... -stacey

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Yeah I lived in Florida for the last 25 yrs and did the paper towel trick. I have the same issue under my belly. Hopefully it'll get me an insurance paid Tummy Tuck and boob lift. I have really bad scarring in both places because of it.

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I was just reading up on some stuff because im having a bad flare up. I have to discuss this with my doctor- Hidradenitis Suppurativa

It looks and sounds like what I have(tho some severe cases are freaking scary) I hope that the ins well pay for the plastic surgery to keep the skin from rubbing in different places. Google it (if you have a strong stomach Google the images)

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