Guys, Can Mom and daughter have different size of Areolas if it depends on Genetics?

If Areolas and nipples size are based on Genetics, then Can this size be different between Mom and daughter? My Mom has huge Areolas So does it means My sister would also has a large Areolas?

Guys, Can Mom and daughter have different size of Areolas if it depends on Genetics?
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  • While there's a good chance they are similar, that's certainly not always the case. Remember that you get traits from both parents, and beyond that, there are always a few "data errors" in DNA that cause mutations. That's how evolution happens. Some mutations are harmful, and those mutations tend to die out because it makes the host person more vulnerable to the threats of the world. Other mutations are helpful, and mutations that aid survival or reproduction tend to be reinforced.

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  • Since I have had numerous 3-ways with mothers and their daughters to confirm this, I can say that areola and nipple size definitely can differ! Lmao Seriously though, women inherit nipple and areola genes from their father also, which is why there can be a lot of variation from a mother to a daughter and even between sisters.

    • @Weapon77 how come you had 3 ways with mothers and their daughters to confirm this? Can you message me to help me with an issue !

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  • You forget the father's genes, and ancestors genes, so it not only the mom's genes.

  • Can they have different sizes? Dramatically or not at all. Yes. They're not going to be carbon copies.

    • I was saying like 80%-90 % Similar not like a Carbon copies

    • I think you can't assign numbers. Again, can they be the same (80%, 90%, x%)? Yes, they can. But they equally might not be.

    • @Snowedln Can you DM me

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  • Yes thay can have different sizes

  • I don't see why that wouldn't be possible. I've never scored a mother and her daughter though (and I would feel dirty if I ever did), so I can't speak from personal experience lol

  • Having never seen my sister's boobs and having not seen my mom's for several decades, I don't know. Their boob size isn't drastically different.

  • Of course, all girls are different

    • but daughter get genes from her Mom? So her Areolas should be similar to her Mom !

    • Not necessarily...

  • Shared genetics isn't the same thing as being a clone. You have genes from both of your parents. Genes can also be dominant or recessive, which means they can skip generations.