Hello, this is Dr K.. Answers are not medical advice and do not constitute a doctor/patient relationship. I look forward to helping you today.
An inverted nipple is always concerning and should be fully investigated.
Ask your gp for a referral to a general surgeon for a second opinion
I think it is important that cancer under the nipple be more fully ruled out
thank you I will do this, whilst aia appreciate that you cannot say that it's not cancer, could it be anything else?
Yes its usually NOT cancer and we cant determine a cause. It may be due to blockage of a duct that is pulling the nipple in but thats hard to identify
Thank you, ***** ***** and get an appointment tomorrow, just concerned that this has been going on for a month and on neither occasion has it been suggested that I see a specialist, I am anxious about this as no doubt you can tell, so any advice on how I can persuade her to refer me would be helpful
You will just need to demand it, and aggressively manage your own health care. :)