I have a breast health question that I haven't been able to find an answer to by searching on my own, so I'm hoping you wonderful VPers can help.
I have a small white bump I found about a week ago, right in the center of my nipple. It looks very much like a pimple come to head. Does anyone know what this could be?
If it were on my areola, I would just assume that it's a plugged-up sebaceous gland, but it's right in the center of my actual nipple. It's not painful, other than where I've prodded at it a bit too much in the name of investigation.
Most of the info I've found online for similar problems is about milk blisters. It almost sounds like that's what it is, but, I'm not breastfeeding!
I am not currently pregnant, I have no children, and I've never breastfed. I'm 27 years old with no family history of breast cancer.
Any insights would be much appreciated!