Mitzi, if this has always been the case, then I'd assume it's just som eminor quirk with your anatomy. If it's only been happening recently, then it could signal something going on in your breast: a cyst, a benign growth, or perhaps cancer. If this isn't normal for you then it qualifies as a breast change; and all breast changes need to be examined, diagnosed, and treated (if necessary) by a doctor. So call your doctor if the inverted nipple is a recent change, OK? Good luck - PJH
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