For about a week now, my right nipple has been quite sensitive, kind of feels like it's hard (like they get when cold) but constant, I feel no pain unless I touch it, and then it's not at all a strong pain. Now I'm noticing that there may be a lump there too, but I'm not sure. When I grab my other nipple, there is some harder stuff in there, so maybe it's not actually a lump on the sensitive side, but the whole thing is just sensitive? Is this cause for alarm, or common in young adults? Anything in particular it could be? Should I see a doctor? Thanks a lot.
unless im mistaken gynecomastia doesnt necessarily go away nor is it "perfectly" normal, in quite a few cases it is far from normal. Personally id probably rather it be breast cancer than one of those bad cases of gynecomastia, at least breast cancer removal will be covered by insurance and the success rate is like 95%.
but I have really good insurance I will make an appointment and get a professional give me some opinion on it. Let me know what you find out as well, no dr is perfect.
yupp, actually i have had the exact same thing... it is exactly what mfree1 called it. i went to the doctor and she said its just a part of puberty... actually, mine went away after just 2 days! hope this helps. :-P