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    NDeWitt1128 posted:
    Hi, my daughter is a year old and for some reason one of her nipples are bigger than the other, like the areola parts? Is this bad? I am worried.
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    RoseLynn02 responded:
    It can be natural for the to occur in young ones. Sometimes it's just from residual hormones from child birth. It's probably always been that way & you just never noticed. If there isn't anything else going on & her nipple isn't hard I wouldn't worry, but you could always call you pedi's office & ask to talk to the nurse to see if the doctor would like you to bring her in to be examined.


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