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Sorry it's a boob one!

(7 Posts)
ThisUserNameIsAlreadyTaken Sun 01-May-16 22:11:44

Just been dying my hair and was bent over the bath rinsing it, topless, like you do!

When I noticed my left boob was sort of dimply denty?
About 2 ish inches down from my armpit .

DH can see it when I bend and let it dangle blush and he won't do me a picture for you guys sad
but I can't see it when I stand up and the other one doesn't do it.

He's nagging for the dr, but I can't do that till Tuesdat anyway, so MN it is smile

It's nothing right?

Oh and I'm 37

Nishky Sun 01-May-16 22:14:38

It was nothing when I found it on mine-but the consultant at the Breast clinic said 'well done for getting it checked'

Your dh is right

SpoonintheBin Sun 01-May-16 22:16:56

I would see GP on Tuesday, better have it checked, any changes should be checked anyway. Have you lost weight recently? Sometimes the texture of the boobs can change if you loose weight. But I think you should have it checked.

TheoriginalLEM Sun 01-May-16 22:21:04

You DO need to see your dr. But unless you're climbing the walls with worry you will be fine waiting until tuesday.

I am betting it is just normal breast tissue. They are not perfect spheres. Mine did similar to this, i guess not long after dd. I saw dr and she said was normal. Have you lost weight recently? mine will dimple in when i hold my arms up although not so much as i have put on weight. Long since that gp exam i had to have a mammogram for a lump in the same boob. That turned out to be a cyst and all else clear.

So yes it needs checked but its likely to be normal. Especially if its not there when standing normally.

ThisUserNameIsAlreadyTaken Sun 01-May-16 22:22:29

Oh I'll get it checked, I'll never hear the end of it if I don't!!!

Ringing the GP Tuesday not an issue, seeing a GP this week...um!
And I'm not being critical of them at all, it's just the way it is, and I think I'd rather see one the female gps too.

From searching here and googling, it'll probably be nothing so I'm not stressing, more curious.

ThisUserNameIsAlreadyTaken Sun 01-May-16 22:25:47

Weight ?
Ha, I've put on and lost 7-8lbs repeatedly for the last 3/4 months!

Won't stay off.
I'm on an on month at the moment!

Tanfastic Mon 02-May-16 18:05:12

Mine both look like this in the area above the nipple, a bit like cellulite. Happened after I had ds and seems to get worse as I've entered my forties. I've noticed my mum has it too (she's seventy and you can see it even when she's just sitting normally). I've had mine checked and was told normal breast tissue. Best to get it checked though.

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