Ok i know weird question but i have noticed that i have more of the glands in my areola and when my nipples get hard they are really noticeable but when my nipples are not hard they are not as noticeable is this normal in early pregnancy?
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Yes, the appearance of Montgomery tubercles around the areola are normal during early pregnancy. It is also considered to be a symptom and sign to confirm pregnancy. For further clarifications, evaluation and assistance, visit your gynecologist/obstetrician.
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