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Extra Nipple In Armpit
18 years old. One of my nipples looks different when it is erect? It gets like a little triangle of extra nipple added onto it at the bottom. Normal?
Normal: This is a normal variation. Make sure to do breast examination to check for any masses ...Read more
Third (supernumerary) nipples are fairly common, and are found in men and women. They are generally not related to other medical conditions. The extra nipples usually occur below the normal nipples and tend to be small and not well formed. The nipples are along the two vertical "milk lines", which start in the armpit on each side, run down through the normal nipples and ...Read more
I have a growth on nipple like bit of extra nipple i can still produce milk after having my child 8 years ago?
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
I have a pain that comes and goes, it located inbetween my left armpit and left nipple. my group home thinks its from eating to many mr noodles. is it?
I have had a small painful knot under my armpit on and off for a week. Now I am having a sharp pain in my nipple which has been hard for 2 daystraigh.?
Mastitis: At your age and it only two days of having symptoms, which are describing is some sort of inflammatory process. If we tie the two together, then some sort of inflammation or infection in the breast tissue with secondary changes in the lymph glands in your armpit makes some sense. In almost every case, your body will be able to manage this on its own. If this doesn't resolve quickly see your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My right nipple is very painful to touch. I have two small painful bumps on my nipple. Also feel a painful bump under my right armpit. No pain in left?
Details: Your question is insufficiently detailed for a sensible answer. How long have you had the pain? Is there any rash? Is the pain deep or superficial? It could be almost anything without a description. See your doctor and give him/her all the appropriate details so an appropriate diagnosis can be made. ...Read more