Nipples are odd things: little balls of tissue, just kind of hanging out on our chests. Of course, their chief job -- to develop and produce milk for babies -- is super cool. But we've all got nipples. Even men. When humans are about four weeks in utero, breast tissue begins to form around the milk lines, which run from under your armpits to the sides of your belly. During the breast bud stage, the nipples and breasts are slightly raised.
11 "Unusual" Types Of Nipples That Are Actually Normal
Not every pair of breasts are the same, and neither are every pair of nipples. At first glance, nipples might all look the same, but there are actually eight different types of nipples and you can have more than one type! Many nipples will have bumps around the areola the flat, brown part. Those bumps AKA Montgomery glands help lubricate the areola by releasing oil. This part also gets bigger when women become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
We all love to categorise ourselves. We have V shape bums or round ones. We analyse our split end types.