« Last post by JohannK on April 04, 2020, 05:28:18 PM »
I couldn't really look at those oversized pictures, but puffy nipples are a sign of gyne. Simply put, they're puffy because of the glands pushing them out. It's also normal for them to contract when colder. If it is gyne (as SideSet asked, do you feel glands behind your nipples?), then no amount of weight loss will make them disappear. It can only make them more prominent as you lose surrounding fat (that said, I'm by no means encouraging people to be fat, as the health risks are far worse than living with prominent breasts). The same goes for building your pectoral muscles, which will simply push your breasts (yes, that's what they are) further out. Fat can be burned (it won't be easy and in some cases can even cause the glands to grow further), but surgery is the only way to get rid of developed glands.