White spots often result from a blocked nipple pore when someone is breast-feeding, or as a normal reaction to changing levels of hormones within the body. The recommended method of improving breast health and reducing the risk of breast cancer is being aware of and recognizing changes to the breasts. Subareolar abscesses often require a course of antibiotics. They contain an oily substance that keeps the nipples soft and supple. When skin grows over the nipple pore and a milk blister forms, the above treatments may not always unblock the nipple pore. Pregnancy and breast-feeding frequently cause white spots on the nipples and areolas of the breasts.
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