A member asked:

One of my areolas is lighter than the other, is this normal? i am 18.

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Dr. Harold Fields answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

This is completely normal and nothing to worry about

Answered Jun 16, 2021

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Dr. Rahil Malik answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

There is an inherent symmetry to the human body. However, there can sometime be slight variations and parts of the body may not be symmetrical. A pigmentation difference may account for the difference in color. Also, any history of burn, surgery to that area may make it appear different.

Answered Oct 17, 2020

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