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How to fix inverted nipples?

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9 doctors agree

In brief: Breast feeding shell

If you have inverted nipples and plan to breast feed it is best to begin to draw the nipples out well before delivery.
There are simple stretches that your pediatrician or lactation consultant can teach you. Wearing special breast feeding shells before delivery can also help. Breast feeding suction also draw the nipple out. Don't wait, start before delivery-to give your infant an easy latch on.

In brief: Breast feeding shell

If you have inverted nipples and plan to breast feed it is best to begin to draw the nipples out well before delivery.
There are simple stretches that your pediatrician or lactation consultant can teach you. Wearing special breast feeding shells before delivery can also help. Breast feeding suction also draw the nipple out. Don't wait, start before delivery-to give your infant an easy latch on.
Dr. Ronda Dennis-Smithart
Dr. Ronda Dennis-Smithart
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Dr. Larry Nichter
Cosmetic Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Inverted Nipple Fix

I recommend trying a non-surgical approach called the nipplette.
It is a suction device that works for most women. It can be found on line and you do not need a prescription.

In brief: Inverted Nipple Fix

I recommend trying a non-surgical approach called the nipplette.
It is a suction device that works for most women. It can be found on line and you do not need a prescription.
Dr. Larry Nichter
Dr. Larry Nichter
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Dr. Rahil Malik
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Depends

It depends on your age.
If you are a young girl, your nipples and breast structure will change as you progress through adolescence. However, if you are a mature woman, you may need to see a plastic surgeon for corrective surgery. If you are a mature woman in 30s, 40s or higher and you have new changes to your nipple, you may need to see a doctor to ensure you dont have any underlying medical issue.

In brief: Depends

It depends on your age.
If you are a young girl, your nipples and breast structure will change as you progress through adolescence. However, if you are a mature woman, you may need to see a plastic surgeon for corrective surgery. If you are a mature woman in 30s, 40s or higher and you have new changes to your nipple, you may need to see a doctor to ensure you dont have any underlying medical issue.
Dr. Rahil Malik
Dr. Rahil Malik
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