... Inverted nipples does not mean cancer. As you know your body the best way, i do like to put some facts with you that, if some one has permanent inverted nipples then there is a very faint chances of breast cancer. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like it is just you. I have had slightly inverted nipples since my teens. As to the discharge, it may simply be hormonal. ... (2 replies)
... d about 3 years ago I noticed a very very tiny amount of white discharge on my nipples, nothing I could really wipe off, it was barely there. Then the tip of my nipples start going inwards, again slightly so... ... (2 replies)
... died from breast cancer not long ago. We have also had several close family members and friends die from other cancers as well. Therefore, I really don't want to worry her. ... (3 replies)
... I passed the baseline and enhanced mamograms with no problems showing up. Can anybody tell me what causes inverted nipples other than breast cancer? ... (1 replies)
... I will mention cancer too...I've recently heard of a fairly rare breast cancer called Inflammatory Breast Cancer or IBC which causes the itching you are talking about and inverted nipples. It's not going to show up on a Mammogram though...it will need to be biopsied. ... (1 replies)
... I've been noticing that my nipples have been inverted for maybe a week now. ... (1 replies)
... But, inverted nipples can be a sign...it's always better to know, isn't it? ... (2 replies)
... I'm getting worried about some symptoms I've been having. I did have inverted nipples all my life, and I had to use a shield to draw them out to breastfeed my baby years ago. ... (7 replies)
... My Dr. has referred me to a Breast Cancer Clinic. ... (3 replies)
... the leakage is a milky color, my nipples feel "itchy" as I can best describe it. I have a heavy feeling in my breast but no distingishable lumps. ... (1 replies)
... I've looked all over the web and "erect nipple" has not been listed as a symptom of breast cancer, only inverted nipples. ... (2 replies)
... I'm now 18 and for the last 5 years I've had a painless lump under each of my nipples both about the size of grape. Up until the last couple of years they weren't really noticable but now, as my nipples are inverted, they can be. ... (2 replies)
... I have never in my life had any itching or crust in neither of my nipples so I got very scared and worried I remember, even if I was 25 only I know breast cancer currently happens even to young women of 20 years old. ... (1 replies)
... So that is the symptoms I noticed first and she asked me if my nipples were inverted and I assumed that meant were they always pushed in so I told her no but now I'm having my doubts. ... (0 replies)
... The chances of having cancer in both breasts in the same place at the exact same time is practically impossible. It is good that you have them in the same place, as that indicates symmetry. ... (3 replies)
... Hi; I'm a 41 yo woman with many issues (sift through my posts). I've even had a heck of a week with heart palpitations as well as this. Too much to tell; let's say I spend lots of time with doctors as it is.
The last few months I noticed WHEN I LIE ON MY BACK that my left nipple seems to be what they call "retracted" - sort of collapsing on 1 side. Apparently, this is... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the reply TearZ :)!I do understand you being worried at such a young age with there still being a 25% chance but there is still a lot on your side.Best wishes to you:).
I have been to a doctor before,it has just been a few years.I have major anxiety over doctors and insurance.I'm trying to figure out what to do here and I thank you so much for your kind words and... (6 replies)
... when the cancer has progressed and could be too late. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there,
Young women do get breast cancer, too. I was first diagnosed at 25. However, I'm not saying you do. The fact that your nipples have become inverted is worrisome though, so make sure your Dr orders some scans: a mammo and an ultrasound. Do not leave the office until they order scans. I had a difficult time getting Drs to take me seriously due to my age.
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