If these are changes from normal, then keep your eye on them. The symptoms you describe don't sound breast-cancer related; and with both breasts being involved, cancer is even less likely. Still, any breast change lasting longer than a month should be diagnosed and treated, if necessary, by a doctor. So if your nipples are still exhibiting these changes in several weeks - or if the rate of change increases, then you'd best call for an appointment, OK? Good luck - PJH
We hope you find this general health information helpful. Please note however, that this Q&A is meant to support not replace the professional medical advice you receive from your doctor. No information in the Answers above is intended to diagnose or treat any condition. The views expressed in the Answers above belong to the individuals who posted them and do not necessarily reflect the views of Remedy Health Media. Remedy Health Media does not review or edit content posted by our community members, but reserves the right to remove any material it deems inappropriate.