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Inverted Nipples
What is an inverted nipple and what does it look like? Does it
ever protrude on its own?  If it is inverted when I take my bra
off and protrudes on its own is it considered inverted?
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Dear Karly:  An inverted nipple is when the nipple does not protrude out but turns in to the areola.  It often looks like a slit on the areola.  This is a condition that is unlikely to change.  A nipple that is
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Thank you so much for your time and efforts!
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