Richland, WA
A 32-year-old female asked:

6 mos pp & breastfeeding. 3 days mild aches, right breast tender underneath, increased urge incontinence but no pain. clogged duct/irritated bladder?

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Dr. Andrew Blazar
Obstetrics and Gynecology 64 years experience
2 symptoms unrelated: Breast tenderness might be an early sign of local infection. If it continues, seeing a md/nurse might be wise urgency if accompanied by frequency, low volumes and getting up often at night might be due to a bladder infection. A urine test will confirm or deny.
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