worried about my breasts, please help

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  1. fifie123

    fifie123 Well-Known Member

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    heya
    the surrounding area of my left nipple (the coloured bit) is kind of multi coloured, in places its dark brown in other places its pink, and so on, also i have noticed a swollen bit under the nipple, its not a hard lump a sort of soft one? anyone know what this might be
     
  2. Bee26

    Bee26 Mummy to Charlie bear!

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    Its absolutely normal...i have really fair nips and they have got darker and the lumps are called mongomery tubercules...see below
    "You may never have noticed before, but there are small bumps on your nipples, called "Mongomery's tubercules." These become much more pronounced during pregnancy and secrete an oily fluid in preparation for breastfeeding. Nipples also change color during pregnancy, becoming a darker brown versus a lighter pink before pregnancy."
    Dont panic hun xxx
     
  3. fifie123

    fifie123 Well-Known Member

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    thank u sooo much xxx
     
  4. jaybee

    jaybee Mum to Tobias & Alexander

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    mine are multi coloured too, just hormones. I get little lumps (kinda spot size) too which come and go, something to do with the glands and milk ducts developing.

    By the way... where did you get your knocked up and loving it...think its fab.
     
  5. fifie123

    fifie123 Well-Known Member

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    lol tbh i cnt even remember where i got it from, i searched pregnancy blinkied in google xx
     
  6. Sam9kids

    Sam9kids Guest

    Yep normal, pregnancy does some strange things to our body lol
     

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