I've had these bumps in the center of my chest for years now. It started as one (on the bottom) and then two, and finally a three. The first was very small, almost like acne and then got bigger. They've remained the size they are now, which is about an inch long and a bit over a quarter inch wide, or years. My worry is that they now have these hardened ridge-like areas one them and are more sensitive then they used to be. I was told by a doctor that they're nothing to worry about, but I'm becoming worried. I'd also like to know what the best forms of treatment and/or removal would be. Thank you, for your time and help.
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