Here are the main areola changes to look out for, and what they might mean. But why do I still have them? When To Go To The Doctor: This is going to become something of a refrain but really the only time to worry is if only one of your areola becomes larger. Like what indicates that I might have cancer? Body hair in this area is triggered by hormonal changes , and is therefore most common in puberty or menopause, but can also be due to taking the birth control pill. When To Go To The Doctor: Most areola pimples are not medically stressful and will go away if you clean the area with warm water and a gentle non-perfumed, chemical-heavy cleanser. The most common option is that you have fibrocystic breasts , which is a really normal change many breasts go through, often right before you get your period. When To Go To The Doctor: If you notice that suddenly you have lots of chest hair not just a few hairs around your nipples but a lot on your chest region this could be a sign of a medical condition.
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