« One Year Of Exercise: 50+ Pounds Lost and Hundreds of Miles Run | Main | When The "1 in 8 Women" Stat Hits Home... »



Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


My friend, I know all too well what you are going through and the holding pattern you speak of. My thoughts and prayers are with you. The great news is that this was caught early on!

Writing about it helps. For me, being able to share information with others is still the best kind of therapy. This article was VERY informative as I had no idea about this. Thank God her doctor continued on with tests. I will share this with as many people as I can!


Thanks so much for sharing this. I had never heard of such a symptom. With a family history, I'll definately spread the word. Your family will be in our prayers during this wait-and-see time.


So I meant to comment on this and not just like it but I got distracted and then had to head out to work for the day. My like was for you sharing some VERY important information for women to know. I plan on sharing this with others. I'm so so glad that it was caught early in this case, but even so, how scary to have to go through. I've been keeping you all in my prayers.


During a routine mammogram 5 weeks ago the tech noted one nipple slightly inverted. I did not think anything of it as I am aging (60) and thought it a normal sign. My screening mammogram was abnormal. My diagnostic and ultrasound is normal. I watched as this nipple continues to turn inward. Today I requested a MRI and am scared to death. I found you article helpful because if cancer is found early enough there is a greater chanch it can be cured. We do have a family history. Thank you


Hello prayers for your wife. I have one nipple that started inward. They did A diagnostic mammogram and ultrasound and MRI and it showed everything was OK. I have a family history of breast cancer I am worried that they haven't done any biopsy yet I have to go every three months so they can follow to see if any changes but thank you so much for your information

The comments to this entry are closed.

Need A Podcast Guest?

  • Seeking a guest for your podcast to explain technical issues in an easy-to-understand style? I enjoy helping people explain complex topics, particularly related to the Internet. I have been podcasting since 2005 and have a passion for working with audio. Listen to some of my podcasts or see my range of presentations - and then... contact me!

Full Disclosure

  • Dan York, CISSP, is Director of Web Strategy and project lead for the Open Standards Everywhere project at the Internet Society.

    Please note that the Internet Society has no connection to this blog and any opinions stated here are entirely Dan's.