The ancient Romans said – Naturalia non sunt turpia, that is, “What is natural is not ugly.” Therefore, if a person has organs that are given to him by nature, it is foolish to be ashamed to discuss them, especially when they play a very important role in our life.
THE MONTGOMERY GLANDS around the breast nipple.
For example, around the nipples of the mammary glands, on the so-called areola (pigmented circle), there is a group of smaller glands. Their number can vary from 4 to 28 (on average – 10-12. They reach the greatest development by the end of pregnancy and exist throughout the entire lactation period. They are called MONTGOMERY IRONS, in honor of the Irish obstetrician William Featherston Montgomery (1797-1859).
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