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Small dark specks on right nipple

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I am 19 years old. I discovered three small, dark brown/black, specks on my right nipple, one is barely visible, another is about the size of a full stop and the other like a comer. I've tried looking on the internet to research this and found nothing. I doubt it is due to pregnancy as I have only recently finished my last period. Thanks Charlotte.


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replied July 2nd, 2010
Breasts Answer A13789
Hi,
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out.

Considering the small size of the spots, I won’t lay much importance.

They are more common during the pregnancy but can also appear otherwise due to the hormonal changes which happen during the menstrual cycle.

However, you need to observe these freckles and in case you notice any significant change in the size or color, then you should immediately consult a surgeon/dermatologist for the same.

I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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