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Veins On Breasts And Areola
Boobs are fuller I got veins in my breasts and areolas more visible. Nauseated and tightness in belly. But I have a period. What could this be?
I had a total hysterectomy so not pregnant. I have pronounced blue veins on my breast & areola. Feels as though something sharp is sticking in my skin?
There are a number: Of potential diagnoses that could give you these physical findings and symptoms. You need to be evaluated by a health care professional to pinpoint the problem. Make an appointment today. ...Read more
I have blue veins on my breasts an areolas and they have been getting worse. I took a home pregnancy test (a cheap one) and said negative.?
Having veins on your: Breast is not a sign of pregnancy nor the sign of a disease process. Please consider the birth control pill. It's not the time in history to get pregnant by default. Regular use will decrease your stress which will diminish the hyper focus on your body which is making u notice insignificant issues. Maybe; I don't know. Unplanned pregnancies in young people is associated with poverty, thusspeech. ...Read more
One of my breasts is much bigger than the other, my areola's look massive, and I have blue veins. How can I get rid of this and is it normal?
Normal: Breasts can vary in size including areola. This is the way your body formed. Unless it is disease related: get a breast exam- I would not recommend surgery. In the final analysis- yes it is normal- plastic surgery would be a last resort. ...Read more
My left breast has some veins that swell and hurt sometimes, especially closer to the areola/nipple. Is this normal? Should I get it checked out?
Parents: You are under 18, you need to tell your parents or guardian and have them take you to a doctor. Please tell someone and get taken to be seen. ...Read more
I'M 37 YEARS, HAVE FIBROADENOMA, RECENTLY NOTICED SLIGHTLY BULGING VEIN ON LEFT BREAST THAT GOES AROUND THE AREOLA. 11 DAYS B4 PERIOD. IS IT SERIOUS?
No: However, if you are concerned, check either with your PCP or GYN. ...Read more
My left breast has gotten bigger and there is a lump on my areola with a bright red vein looking mark going across part of my chest and it is tender?
Mastitis vs tumor: Your complaints are worrisome and firstly you have to see your fd/gyn asap to rule out infection and treat with antibiotics if not better or resolved within one or two wks then you need biopsy to rule our inflammatory breat tumor although it is rare but do happen in your age group. Good luck and act soono ...Read more
A month ago I noticed redness that mainly spread all over my areola on left breast so I got freaked out about IBC I showed my OB and regular Dr who sent me for mammo and US which were clear. The redness is not there now but blue veins are. Cancer?
NO: Unless you have a strong family history of breast cancer, routine imaging with digital mammography and ultrasound should suffice. Blue veins are common, especially in full chested women or nursing women; however, may be a normal variant. Get used to breast self- examination and avoid heavy underwires or push-ups. ...Read more
I am gassy and have visible blue veins in nipples and breasts, prominent bumps on areola, more pimples on my face then I usually get?
Sexually active?: Miss a period? If yes- take a HPT. ...Read more
I have sore, swollen breasts. Veins poping out all the time, aereola larger than normal. No change during periods. C?
Normal finding: I am amazed about how often I have women ask me about the veins on their breast. Occasionally they are spider veins but mostly they are blue veins. These are almost always normal findings and normal variations of chest veins. They tend to be more pronounced in fair skinned females. Your symptoms may be normal, genetic, hormonal or even related to pregnancy. See your Ob or Vein Specialist. ...Read more
Dark aerola wit white pumps, green veins and tender aching breasts, fatigue, dizzy, frequent pee, blur vision, hunger & heart burn just after my period?
Here are some. ..: The content of your Q seems pointing to a worry about pregnancy. Remember, if pregnant, the pregnancy-related symptoms usually start 5-6 weeks after conception. As to confirming pregnancy, nowadays, prompt HPT is the answer to end worrying about pregnancy; get it done soon after missing the regularly expected period and repeat it in 1-2 weeks if the 1st test is (-) & still in doubt. More? Ask Doc. ...Read more
I have veins running through my areolas and chest. I am currently ending my period. I have had 16 negative preg. Tests. What's happening?
Ihad sex the 1st day ifertile my boobs are hard &sore ihave blue veins on my chest & boobs and on the right boob a vein is on my areola can iget prego?
Pregnancy: Have you missed your period? If so, buy an over the counter pregnancy test and find out if you are pregnant. ...Read more
Yes ifconcern to you: These are elective procedures. These are rejuvenating procedures. They are considerate cosmetic procedures. ...Read more
Can excessive stimulation of the breast by obsessive examination or too big bra cause changes to size and color of areolas?
You might have: Some edema if the areolas are excessively manipulated. If skin is excoriated if may impact color. Bottom line - are you so excessive that you are causing significant trauma to your breasts? See you have anxiety. Is this a compulsive behavior? See you take xanax (alprazolam). If you have poorly controlled compulsion speak with your doctor about non - med therapies as well as SSRI's. ...Read more
My right breast areola is two different colours starts off dark brown but then goes pink and is quite painful. What is this?
Get checked: If this is a new breast finding then it needs to be checked by your doctor. ...Read more
Ok so I heard it's normal for breast not to be the same size. But what about a women's areola? What if one is a lot bigger? What is wrong.
New condition?: If you always had a different size, it is usually a congenital anomaly and normal. If it was always relatively the same size and one is now larger, then get an eval to see why the change occurred. ...Read more
I'm 19, for the past couple of years my right breast's areola is a different shape from the left and is bigger. I have not noticed anything else odd?
Separate, yet unequal: Mother Nature never gives a woman two identical breasts or areola normally. It is a form of natural discrimination, but legal. ...Read more
I found small blister looking lesions on my breasts and I'm not sure what the cause could be. There is one small lesion on my left outer areola and tw?
A number of small: Glands secrete a lubricating material - the montgomery glands. If you an infection that is another issue. ...Read more
Absolutely: The best thing to do is to see a plastic surgeon, certified by the american board of plastic surgery. They can look at you to decide what operation or combination of operations may give you the result you are looking for. Good luck! ...Read more
I don't have areolas. (Yes I know what it is) I have relatively small breasts 32B and I weigh 125 pounds. I've been the same size since I was 13.
Not a disease:
There are many variations on the size of the breast, nipples and areolae. Not having areolae is not a disease and would not affect any physiological function of the breast. I would recommend letting it be.
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
My breasts have been noticeably getting smaller than bigger month by month. Now my nipples are bigger and my areolas are growing on the bottom.???
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