Melissa - posted on 03/02/2009 ( 2 moms have responded )
When I "practice" breastfeeding like they showed me in class and I hold my breast I notice my nipple goes back into the areola a bit but it does not look like the drawings in my breastfeeding book of inverted nipples. I guess I am confused as to what exactly makes a nipple inverted. If they are does it mean I have to use nipple shields when I breastfeed?? It is bizarre because my nipples look huge until I hold my breast like I am about to feed a baby then they try to go hide on me lol.