The Right Breast Has Nipples?
Why does my right-hand milk have nipples that come out while the left-hand one is normal … this is why I guess … I’m very curious
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The nipple is one of the organs in humans that has a function for lactation in women, but its function is not known for certain in men. However, it is known that both organs function as zones of sexual excitement.
The shape of the nipple can vary depending on several factors, including genetic variation, body temperature, sexual stimulation, and certain hormone levels. Likewise, the size and shape of the nipple can be different for the left and right. In addition, there are several conditions where the nipple can enter, or form a lump. If this does not cause certain symptoms, such as pain, getting longer and bigger, or interfering with your activities, then this is an individual variation and not something you need to worry about.
However, both in women in men (more often in women), tumors and breast cancer can occur, which are characterized by several symptoms, such as palpable lumps, the longer the greater, can be accompanied by pain, accompanied by a family history of tumors (parents, siblings, etc.). You can try to do breast self-examination, or the so-called BSE method.
If you have doubts, consult your doctor so that a more complete examination can be done to find out your condition, and if appropriate treatment is needed. So, hopefully you can help.