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Inverted Nipple

(13 Posts)
RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 09:59:19

Has anyone successfully treated this?

I'm just looking for advice please


Nervous1971 Sat 04-Jun-16 15:57:21

defo go to GP just to on safe side..

RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 19:14:09

Could visit GP thanks I just wondered if anyone had managed to find a method to deal with it themselves.

Varya Sat 04-Jun-16 19:17:47

Both mine are inverted and gave no trouble for years. But see your GP about this as I did.

MrsLettuce Sat 04-Jun-16 19:19:41

Has yours always been inverted? I'd absolutely see the GP if it hasn;t.

One of mine was inverted since childhood, not massively but certainly inverted. It flattened out during my first pregnancy and came out during BF. That side was a bit of a faff the first weeks but nowt dramatic. It stayed 'nippely' after that and still is now, 9 years later.

RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 19:38:24

It's not me - it's my DD and it's always been like that. She is now very conscious of it and is talking about surgery. I was hoping there may be another solution.

RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 19:38:51

It's completely inverted btw

mrsrhodgilbert Sat 04-Jun-16 19:57:50

How old is she?

RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 19:58:33


Fannycraddock79 Sat 04-Jun-16 20:18:06

As long as a medical problem has been ruled out then she could use this

It requires perseverance, can be uncomfortable but does work. Surgery should be the last resort.

ijustwannadance Sat 04-Jun-16 20:27:19

Is it one or both?

RudyMentary Sat 04-Jun-16 21:02:19

Thanks fanny

It's only one

mrsrhodgilbert Sat 04-Jun-16 22:04:46

Asking because my daughter had this too but it had resolved itself before 17. Probably worth checking with your GP.

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