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Occasional Nipple Symptoms
Yellow/orange crusting in both nipples,pain in breasts & occasional sharp pain behind nipples.With Symptoms in both breasts; can Paget's be ruled out?
Not likely Paget's: Paget's disease of the nipple arises from a deeper breast cancer extending up to the nipple surface, so often presents in just one breast. Very very unlikely to have sudden simultaneous development of breast cancer with Paget's disease in both breasts. You should see a physician for proper diagnosis and treatment recommendations. ...Read more
Nipple inversion: The nipples fall below the level of your areola in the center. There is no projection. ...Read more
Redness: The symptoms of paget's disease in the male are similar to that in a female. These include nipple skin redness, mild skin scaling and possibly flaking. Most patients that have paget's disease have underlying breast cancer however only 1% of breast cancer is found in men. About half of patients can have a underlying mass that can be felt. ...Read more
My nipple moved place several months ago and the middle bit grew a bit. No other symptoms but sensitivity. Anything to worry about?
Unsure: of the description of nipple moving place. May be rephrasing will helpful. If concerned with size suggest getting examined ...Read more
I am a 28 yr old woman, have been experiencing an inverted nipple occasionally, now more frequent. Just one and it will become normal when palpated?
See Dr. because ...: There are many causes for inverted nipple; most causes are normal or benign: Normal Nipple Variation from Birth, Breastfeeding, Trauma, Breast Sagging, Major Weight Loss. Some causes are more serious: Breast Cancer, infection/abscess, or inflammation. Therefore, unless you have one of the first 5 causes, you should see your physician who may want to do some additional studies. ...Read more
I have a small 3mm tough dimple in my right nipple it is color like my skin it solid and no other symptoms seen. I'm male 25 years. Is it danger?
NIPPLE DIMPLE: CANNOT TELL WITHOUT SEEING IT. IF YOU ARE CONCERNED, PLEASE SEE A DERMATOLOGIST. BEST LUCK. ...Read more
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