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Breastfeeding Nipple Pain White Spot
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
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?
Breast symptoms: This is difficult to answer. I suggest you contact your doctor for an exam and possible blood work. ...Read more
I have a white spot in the center of my nipple. I am breast feeding. Is this clogged duct? Best way to get rid of? How long til it will go away?
Im breast feeding and have sore nipples so i started to use nipple shields i now have really itchy nipples and spots around my breasts on my body?/?
Infection: Sounds like an infection. See your doctor for an exam. ...Read more
I finished my period a week ago and now have sore nipples and tiny spots on the areola. They feel and look as though I am breast feeding?
Hormonal effects: If your period ended "one week ago" and your period is 5-7 days, you may be having a "double ovulation" which produces twice as much estrogen and progesterone, and the levels can mimic early pregnancy. These levels of hormone can have a temporary effect on your areolae, making them tender and slightly swollen. This is not abnormal, but if your next period is "late", get a serum pregnancy test. ...Read more
I have a white spot on my nipple and my entire nipple hurts. I feel pain on the inside of my breast. I'm not breastfeeding or pregnant. Is this bad?
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