Is there a way to cure inverted nipples without surgery?

Possibly. There are articles in the literature describinf the use of temporary nipple piercing to correct inverted nipples. The theory is that the scar that develops after removing the piercing helps to keep the nipple from retracting.
No. There are no noninvasive methods to treat inverted nipples. While surgery can be effective, it is not 100% successful. Nipple inversion may sometimes indicate an underlying tumor; when new, this requires physician evaluation.

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In what way can I protrude my inverted nipples, without surgery?

Controversy exists. Opinions vary on what can be done for flat or inverted nipples. For information on the differing opinions, go to: www.Breastfeedingbasics.Com/articles/flat-or-inverted-nipples and www.Healthy children.Org and type "inverted nipples" in the search window. Read more...

Inverted nipples- is there a way to fix this without surgery?

What is cause. Is this a new finding or have you always been inverted on both sides? If the latter, then only surgery can bring them back out. I recommend a board certified plastic surgeon. If the inversion is new, find a breast specialist for evaluation. Read more...

Can I have surgery to fix inverted nipples?

Yes. You'll first want to make sure there is not an abnormality causing the inversion. If this is chronic, then it can be surgically corrected. I recommend finding a good plastic surgeon who can perform this procedure. Read more...
Yes you can. Plastic surgery is one method of protracting inverted nipples. If a woman elects to have this surgery performed on her inverted nipples, it can permanently destroy her capacity to breastfeed. Read more...

How can surgery correct my inverted nipples?

Inverted Nipple. One technique involves making an incision at the edge of the areola, identifying and dividing (cutting) the ducts that attach to and pull on the inner surface of the nipple, placing a suture under the skin at the base of the nipple to keep it from inverting again. Read more...