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is it normal to see blue veins on your breasts, nipples and chest?

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Dr. Ira Katz
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Yes: This is completely normal. It is nothing to be concerned about. If there is a significant cosmetic concerned you may want to speak with a dermatologist or vascular doctor in order to discuss cosmetic treatment. However, you are likely to notice that these veins become more and less pronounced overtime. They should not hurt or cause you any problems and are generally not a major cosmetic issue.
Answered on Jul 18, 2018
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