Yes, those are glands of Montgomery. Don't pick or squeeze them!
It is normal to have small bumps on the flat, brown part surrounding your nipples. If they happen to be sore, see your doctor - but they are normal.
It is normal to have small bumps on the flat, brown part of your breast called the areola. These bumps are called Montgomery glands. They secrete oil that helps to lubricate the areola. They become slightly larger and slightly red/pink when you are pregnant and breastfeeding
If they are small bumps (like the bumps on your leg), they areDEFINITELY hair bumps. Now, if they are big bumps...i think you should contact a physcian or doctor immediately.
Small bumps on the skin of the breast can be due to the same causes as any rash on any other part of the skin. The cause could be acne, allergy, eczema, etc. Small bumps on the nipples are a normal part of the body known as Montgomery glands.
Somebody told me that if you have small nipples when you are younger the chances are that you will have larger breasts when you are older and your nipples will too enlarge
Yes, they are called Montgomery glands.
small bumps along hairline
Nipples come in all sizes; men's nipples also can range from very small to very large.
Don't worry about it.
Ribosomes are small "bumps" located on the rough endoplasmic reticulum.
Small bumps on the side of your neck could be a number of things. It can be acne, milia bumps or a heat rash. Consult your physician if it is worrisome to you.
Many conditions cause small bumps. See your healthcare provider for a clear diagnosis.
If they are small bumps that have clear fluid in them, it is known as Dysidrosis. A cortisone cream should help.
The taste buds are the bumps on your tongue
Got the same problem some one help please
Every girl is made differently so that includes the size of her nipples
Because they are, Simple!
because you drink milk