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    Unhappy Areolas

    Hi there, Not sure if this is correct part of the forum to post this question but I will ask anyway....

    I had my first baby two months ago, since then I have noticed my areolas being larger and then smaller during the day , is this something that will happen forever? Anyone experienced the same thing? I can't find any info on the web about it , also I am not breastfeeding , I hope this doesn't sound like a superficial question but it bothers me a great deal not knowing why this is happening and if they will return to one constant size or not.

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    give it time, they will return to pre-pregnancy size. i breastfed for 20months and after the first 12 months they were pretty much normal, even though i continued to feed. hope that helps. If you're still concerned, bring it up with your gp next time you see them.


 

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