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Movable Areola Lump
Most breast lumps ar: A painless lump means it is not due to infection or inlammation. You should show it to your doctor some time soon especially if it is increasing in size over the next few months. Check it once every week or two and note the size for any increase. That will tell you if it could be something serious. ...Read more
I had sudden onset of a painful lump near the areola which has turned light pink should I be concerned?
Depends: Sudden onset usually means an infection of some kind. Applying heat for 10 minutes 2-4 times daily will often help if that's the case. If that doesn't help, the area should be examined. ...Read more
Lately I've found somewhat large hard lumps on both sides of my chest and small puss filled bumps on my areolas. Is this normal?
Staph: You may have a mild staff infection I would try using an antiseptic soap if this does not improve I would let a physician see it and give you a definitive diagnosis ...Read more
Noticed small lumps on my areola's (breasts). I think they're Montgomery Tubercles. Should I be worried? Will the lumps disappear, and if so how long?
Montgomery Tubercles: Hi, as you mentioned yourself the bumps could be Montgomery Tubercles which become when stimulated and with hormonal changes. ...Read more
Im a medical student nd im worried abt the (cyst/lump) on my both areolas I have them since puberty bt I've always thought theyre nothing serious ?
Ah, the dangers of : Learning about zebras as well as horses! if the lumps have remained the same size for many years, they are probably benign. They may be a bit of breast tissue. I think you need have your pcp examine them ; tell you if a bx. Is needed. The take-home lesson is that sometimes people just need to know they ; their loved ones are okay, because even a little anxiety can impact daily functioning. ...Read more