The Cause Of The Nipple Does Not Come Out And Smell Bad?
In the afternoon I want to ask now I’m 20 years old and my nipples don’t come out but instead it becomes a kind of hole and smell in the palace, why is that?
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Some women are born with nipples that do not protrude outward, but rather are embedded in, or also called inverted nipples. If this complaint appears without other abnormalities, this condition is often harmless and can be improved in several ways, for example:
Breastfeeding or pumping your breast milk (later, if you already have children) Perform nipple massage by pinching the nipple and thumb, then pressing it while pulling it out, and rotating clockwise, then releasing, repeating many times a day Use the right bra, not too narrow However, if the condition of your nipples coming in appear accompanied by a hole and a bad odor in your nipples, you should be vigilant. It could be that your condition arises because of an abscess (pus-filled sac formed by infection). An abscess that is not handled properly can trigger the formation of a fistula, which is an abnormal duct that connects the abscess to the outer skin (which looks like a hole as you mentioned). From this fistula, there can be an unpleasant aroma, or even blood, fluid, or pus that makes you feel uncomfortable. Not only that, breast abscesses can also cause you to have a fever, chills, and lumps or swelling appear in the breast which makes the shape become asymmetrical. In addition to breast abscess, the potential for malignancy (breast cancer) is also worth watching out for in your condition.
You can check yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon so that further treatment can be done according to your condition. Often, before giving treatment, the doctor will also call for you to undergo a supporting examination, for example breast ultrasound, laboratory tests, biopsy, and so on if necessary.
For now, you can first do the following tips:
Diligent and clean bathing Dry your breasts well before dressing Always wear a clean, fit sized bra with your breasts, then replace them regularly Clean your breasts well, especially the area of the nipple with a hole. Do not apply or consume any medication without doctor's advice. help huh ..