A coarse black hair. On my nipple. I mean, come on.
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During pregnancyyou're likely focused on your growing belly and how your unborn baby's size compares to various fruits and vegetables "He's the size of a kiwi now! But there's another big bodily change that's going on: You're dealing with pregnancy boobs. From feeling like they're going to burst out of your old bras to watching your areolae take up more real estate on your breastsit's an understatement to say that your set might go through a transformation.
It's not unusual to have prominent veins on your breastsbut still, some women feel self conscious about them. Veins are a vital part of our bodily system, transporting blood to the heart. Usually, they are buried below the skin, however in some parts of the body they are more visible - in arms and legs typically, and in some cases, boobs.
Though there's probably nothing wrong with your boobsit's totally normal to question the changes in your body and worry about the size, shape, and lumpiness of your breasts. But it's also important to remember that there are SO many different types of boobs and nipples. You may not know how they're supposed to look, if your nipples should be dark or hairy, or if it's okay if your boobs feel a little lumpy.
Areola, more generally, is a small circular area on the body with a different histology from the surrounding tissueor other small circular areas such as an inflamed region of skin. The mature human female nipple has several small openings arranged radially around the tip of the nipple lactiferous ducts from which milk is released during lactation. Other small openings in the areola are sebaceous glandsknown as Montgomery's glands.