Have you ever thought your nipples looked kind of unusual?
It's pretty common for women to worry about their breast health, as well as whether or not everything looks as it should.
But guess what? Since they come in all shapes and sizes, it's pretty likely your nipples are totally normal, just as they are.
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Whether you have extra long nipples, or ones that are pushed inward (otherwise known as "inverted"), it's all well within normal range.
"There is no one universal template of normal and women should not have to feel like they must fit a single standard mold."
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You should, however, note any changes in your nipples or breasts, especially if they're sudden.
"If you notice any new or recent changes in your breast tissue, over lying skin or in the nipples, get it checked out by your physician."
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For the most part though, most types of nipples are considered healthy.
Read on for some common shapes, sizes, and colors, and know that they're nothing to worry about your nips.
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Inverted nipples - may not look "normal" to you, but they're actually incredibly common. In fact, 10 to 20 percent of women have them.
While they can occasionally make breastfeeding difficult - if you should choose to do that - they won't cause any other issues.
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The "Unilateral Inverted" - While both nipples can be inverted, it's also possible to have one that is and one that isn't. "If this is your case, it is perfectly safe."

Notice:
"If this is a new finding, it can be sign of breast cancer."
If that's the case, don't hesitate to see your doctor.
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No Visible Areolas - Many woman have a nipple surrounded by a round ring of color known as the areola, but this isn't true for everyone.
"Women can have almost invisible areolas because of a small size and the color may almost match their skin tone, and having almost no areola is completely fine."
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