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Puffy nipples. Surgery needed? When will it get normal?

Hello, i am 17 year old male. i have got puffy nipples since i was 12-13 years old. i came to know that some surgeries are needed to get them back to normal but i dont think that i will like to talk about it to my parents and there is no way that i can have the surgeries done myself. How long will they take to get back to normal? Or will they ever be flat again? Is there any other way other than surgeries?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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you get your harmones tested in blood
if there is harmone disturbance it can be fine with medicines
but if no harmone disturbances you will have to have surgry
removal of ft now a days there is liposuction we can remve fat with suction machines
the lipo suction will take no time for surgery and heeling may be 3 days time
and manual surgery takes 2-3 week
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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