Breast Nipple Has Not Come Out At The Age Of 19 Years On A History Of Breast Tumor Surgery?
Hello ‘I want to ask why my nipples have not yet fully grown even though I am 19 years old? Is it dangerous or fator offspring or what about dokk? add a little I have ever operated on breast tumors or what is the effect?
Hello Dewi, thank you for asking.
The shape and size of the breasts and nipples vary greatly for each individual. It depends on genetic factors and hormonal factors. In some people do get nipples that protrude into and do not arise out. This actually does not cause problems. The function of the breast gland is not affected by the shape of the nipple. But when you have a baby, you might have to make an extra effort to squeeze the nipple out so the baby can suckle.
Regarding the history of breast tumor surgery, you should explain whether what is meant is benign or malignant tumors. Benign tumors certainly do not affect the shape of the nipple. But if a malignant tumor occurs, one of the signs is the nipple is pulled inward. Another sign is breast skin like orange peel, there are hard lumps whose shape is unclear on the palpation, can not be shifted on palpation, pain, bleed easily, and arises, can come out mixed with blood fluid from the nipple. If you experience these things, immediately consult an obstetrician. If deemed necessary, the doctor will refer to the oncology surgeon. If you do not have any of the above symptoms, then most likely your nipples will have no problems.
Hope this answer helps yes. Regards.