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I am suffering from inverted nipples problem

I m 14 years old, and im worried about my nipples, both are inverted and both have dark crust growing from the centre. I m not sure if this is normal or if I should be worried about this? thanks,
Asked On : Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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To be honest at 14 you shouldn't be worried about it. Nipples change with time. I'd small breasts between 13 and 23. Then i filled out a bit more. Your nipples are normal. They come in all sizes, shape and color, the same as the breasts. You shouldn't worry about it at 14 - maybe when you're 18 and if you still have a problem then see the gp. You're still developing and they will change in a matter of time. Don't be so worried as i think you're normal. It will be dark and thick when you start to grow. I think if you're nipples are paining you, you should say it to your mum or to some female relative you close to.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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Hope the advice was of much help to you. If you want to talk about it again, just hit the reply button and i will gladly help you anyway i can. Sylvia, ireland
Answered: Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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