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The easy answer to this Q is nothing, babe! These lumps are
totally normal and they actually have a name: Montgomery glands. They sit on
the areola around your nipple. While scientists aren’t quite sure of their
purpose, it’s thought that they secrete oils that lubricate the sensitive
nipple and surrounding area.
Most girls and women possess these glands, but that’s not to
say every gland looks the same. Some are barely noticeable, while others are
quite prominent. Regardless of what yours look like, don’t fret! These are
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