There are things called nipple/breast shields that are often used to draw out the nipple so an infant can latch on easier, but that's only for a short period of time.
There is a newer product that can aid in pulling out flat/inverted nipples with great success. I've used these myself and they have worked wonders. They are especially good if you plan on breastfeeding a baby. They are called Supple Cups and they are small silicone cups that gently pull your nipples out and elongate them.
Inverted nipples can be congenital. It can also be from breastfeeding or trauma. Surgery, cancer, and pregnancy can also cause inverted nipples.
Plastic surgery Have surgery to reduce the size.
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It is possible. This is called an inverted nipple. You can have surgery to fix this, but it is not necessary. In most cases there are not any complications if you want to breastfeed your children. Sometimes breastfeeding can even fix the problem temporarily or permanently.
It may erect them for a short period of time. The most effective way is typically through a surgery where small cone shaped inserts are placed behind the nipple. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned.
Surgery is the only thing that helps.