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Breast Itching Mastitis Breastfeeding
I have a bug bite like little red bump on my breast. It does not itch and feels like a blister to touch. I am currently breastfeeding my 3 month old. Not mastitis. Could it be inflammatory breast cancer?
Need more detail...: The surest thing to do is have doctor review a detailed history and examine the concerned area as soon as possible as described in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. By what you described, your worry for inflammatory breast cancer is premature and unnecessary. But if indeed related to a recent insect bite with no allergy, it should spontaneously resolve in 3-7 days....
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
I was treated my mastitis but I can still feel a little bit mass on my left breast but no pain at all, I don't breast feed now how can I treat this?
From research, mastitis is common when breastfeeding, I have all symptoms of mastitis but not breastfeeding, so is this from partner sucking breast?
Other causes: Mastitis is common while breastfeeding, but there are other causes, and often unrelated to suckling on the nipple. There is also a severe form of breast cancer called inflammatory breast cancer that can look just like mastitis, with redness and warmth and swelling of the breast skin. You should have your physician examine you.
How to dry breast milk I have mastitis and I decided to stop breastfeeding I need something to dry breast milk
Hi. I am breastfeeding. I had needle biopsy for 2 lumps in my breast. They were benign but after biopsy I had mastitis. Is this normal? Thank you
There is a slight: Chance of infection following breast needle biopsies (and any procedure puncturing the skin), probably less than 1%. It is a known complication, it is not "normal", but unfortunately it occasionally occurs.See 2 more doctor answers
Breastfeeding my three day old. My breasts are very full and she does not fully empty them. Is that okay or will I develop mastitis?
Breast feeding?: There is one major cause and that would be how well she is latching. If she is not on so that most of the arola is covered and just on the nipple itself, she will not get the milk out as she needs and you will get very sore. If you are so full she can't latch, try expressing some milk in advance to soften the area to make it easier for her to get on well. Lactation consult is a great help too.See 1 more doctor answer
I have two lumps, on in my armpit and one at the bottom of my left breast. I'm breastfeeding my 3m/o, no mastitis or problems while feeding.?
Lumps: Difficult to know what these are. You need an assessment and an ultrasound soon. All the best.
I stopped breastfeeding for my 19 month old baby. Aftr 1 week its got normal. Then two breast are itching.
Still going strong: Check your breast for any sign of yeast infection to cause itching around nipples, or mastitis with which you may have redness or tenderness also. Since after stopping breast feeding, your internal clock still needs a little time to send the signal to stop producing milk, you can expect to feel unease for a while.
I have dark discoloration under my breasts. No itching, peeling, or pain. I have small breasts and I am breastfeeding have been for almost 2 years.
Breastfeeding for past 3 mths. Had nipple pain, doc adviced to use nipple cream. Sometimes I am getting sharp pain in breast and also itching. Pls adv?
Yes: Make plans to be evaluated, concurrently. You may need antibiotics. In which case, your doctor will advise you how to proceed with breast feeding.
How long does a breast infection take to completely fade. I was diagnosed towards the end of breastfeeding. The infection was large initially.
It depends: Breast feeding moms can developed mastitis from plugged milk duct. This can be treated with warm compresses and anti-inflammatory. However if it persists/developes abscess, antibiotics is usually prescribed. I am not sure exactly what you mean by breast infection. Call your doctor or present for in office physical to be checked out. There are cases of pregnancy associated breast cancer.
Right breast pain, worse over the last few days, no breastfeeding, have had breast infection before, can I get another one? I'm 32, have had hysterectomy, could it be cancer?
Fairly common: Best option to start with OB or primary doc. Yes, you can get breast abscesses not related to breast feeding. Cysts are also very common. Many women can have perfectly normal mammogram/ultrasound and have pain. Should have those 2 tests, to make sure all is well. Cancer, though unlikely, is a possibility, and is usually detectable with those screening tests.See 1 more doctor answer
Should I have this lump in my breast removed? I am a mother of a one year old. After a month of breastfeeding I developed mastitous, not sure on the spelling but anyways, they poked and drained the infected area and now I have a lump in the same area. The
No: Breast feed every 3-4 hours five minutes each breast for 48-72 houre.See 1 more doctor answer
I just had a baby I cannot breastfeed, im using a binder but feel my breast swollen and in pain im afraid to get mastitis, what's the best thing to do?
Will taking the mini pill effect me while I'm taking flucloxacillin for mastitis and I'm still breast feeding?
I have a rash all over one of my breast, I breastfeed the baby has nothing and have no pain or anything else. Just itches! What could this be?
Rash breastfeeding: Hard to know what the rash is with out seeing it. I would cover the rash while nursing and see your health care workers.
If there's a remaining mass in my breast because of mastitis and I got pregnant again is there a possibility that it will lose if I breastfeed again?
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