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Raised Bumps On Areola
Period and pregnancy. Not sure if I'm pregnant or not. Periods are regular. Frequent urination, white raised bumps on areola, fatigue. Poss pregnancy?
Montgomery glands: T a sign of anything but maybe you are cold. ...Read more
I have red non raised bumps on one of my areolas, I've also had a few other symptoms such as a late period, crampung, fatigue, and nausea.?
Bumps: These bumps are normal. If they are itchy and you are concerned see Gynaecologist or dermatologist ...Read more
Right areola has a large raised bump, similar to pimple but without a whitehead. It is very itchy and I'm not sure what it is. Thoughts?
Lump: One would want to know if it is hard and fixed or is it freely moveable. Any discharge from nipple or skin changes around lesion. Any family history of breast cancer? How long has it been there. Are you breast feeding? Sounds like a cyst or abscess forming but you would need to be checked out in person so the right treatment could be started on you. Hope this helps ...Read more
Montgomery Glands?: If it was just one - I would wonder if you had a montgomery gland cyst? With pain of multiple areas - has the skin become too dry or chapped? If yes, use a lubricant. Has fabric been abraiding the tissue of your areolas? If so, use a soft bra. ...Read more
SeSee derm: See dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Have tiny clear fluids like sweat in left areola bumps, is it normal? But I can see it only on my left.
See dermatologist: See dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Nerve pain: The 'pain' is interpreted as an itch. The 'bumps' are actually called montgomery glands. ...Read more
Normal: There are two types of bumps. The areola has many small glands that produce lubricating secretions for the nipple. These glands get larger as we age, and become more obvious. Also there are erectile muscles beneath the skin of the areola that can can make the areola "bunch up" when it is cold or stimulated. ...Read more
Montgomery glands: They are Montomery glands, which are normal ...Read more
Not sure: It would need to be seen by a doctor. Let your doctor check it. ...Read more
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Most women: Have a series of small Montgomery Glands (small bumps) on areolas and nipples. If you have a mass - please get it checked Take care. ...Read more
Small, painful, hard bump on areola. Pain is only dull, and hurts when bothered. Just showed up last night, could it just be an injury from a bra?
The only way I can think of to explain this is It looks like an eraser was ran across the lower part of my areola. No pain/bumps. What could it be?
Color change: Sounds like you have an area around your nipple that has changed color. It may be due to a condition called tinea versicolor which causes lighter spots on your skin; it can be treated sometimes with OTC selsun blue shampoo. However other conditions can cause lightening of the skin (medicines, lotions/creams). If it does not go away in a few weeks you can see your doctor about it. ...Read more
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Normal: There are glands on your areola that look like bumps, that are completely normal. If you have a new lump or mass, however, then definitely see a doctor for an exam and work up. Best wishes. ...Read more
It might be: An enlarged Montgomery Gland. If you think you have a lump underlying the areola - then please seek medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
Probably sebum: Sebum is the little bits of creamy oil from glands in certain parts of the body's skin. Sebum keeps the skin waterproof, soft, and free of cracks. ...Read more
Probably ok: There are normal glands around the areola and I speculate that is the situation. I don't know how old she is, so it is hard to speculate. Having a doctor examine them would be reassuring. ...Read more
My daughter is 11 and she says that there are bumps on her areola and sometimes it has stinging feelings..
Areola: The bumps on her areola are known as Montgomery glands. They are sebaceous glands and when irritated they can secrete an oily substance to protect the nipples ...Read more
Causes of more prominent white bumps on areola of breasts? Is it serious? Never used to be so prominent thanks.
My 9 month old has a small white bump on the outer edge of her areola. Is this something to be concerned about?
No: Insignificant.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi, my daughter (who is 11) has small skin-coloured bumps on her areola, is it normal that there are bumps on her areola?
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