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I have mastitis and fever. Shared a bowl of icecream with my baby without thinking. Is mastitis contagious?
Have a periductal mastitis causing high fever .(99.9-103.6) Can't afford to see a doctor, how can I treat it at home.
I’m 28, mastitis, got a fever of 38.7℃, penicillin skin test +, and my baby is 40 days old. What treatment should I take? can I breastfeeding？
Dxd mastitis on tuesday, prescription dicloxacill 500 mg qid. 11 doses so far, fever still 99.6, breast very red, pain improved but still hurts to use that pec.?
Have you called Dr ?: While Dicloxacillin is usually an excellent choice, sometimes it does not work the way we would hope to. Are you nursing? If so you should be nursing through the pain, sorry but it helps it clear faster. Also putting moist warm towels and standing in a hot shower will help. At any rate, get back to your doctor with feedback on how you are doing! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blocked duct or mastitis? Red hot patch on breast. Its very tender, full feeling, no lump or fever yet but feeling achy & tired Started <24 hours ago
Hi! I'm experiencing a 102 fever, breast tenderness and redness at the sore spot. My sister is an IBCLLC and
advised it could be mastitis. ?
My left breast near my armpit is sore to touch with lumps. No fever, redness or flu symptoms. Is it mastitis? I breastfeed
Breast Infection: No. Of course not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Left breast extremely sore and swollen, nipple swollen, gland in breast swollen, breast is hot, skin on breast is stripping, fever. Breast infection?
Sounds suspicious: It sounds suspicious for an infection, you need to see your MD and might need antibiotics. ...Read more
Do I need to take antibiotics for possible mastitis? Fever resolved in less than 24 hrs but still have lump in breast. Baby got fever today, related?
Diagnosed with non-lactating mastitis 3rd time.antibiotics rid fever&pain but unbearable itching remains.no rash.cancer? or could it be anything else?
Your doctor can help: The doctor who gave you antibiotics is your first line of help. Ask him/her if a second opinion with a breast cancer specialist or a surgeon may be useful to further investigate your problem. You may need X-Rays of your breast(Mammography, Ultrasound or MRI scan). These can be used to check for Breast Cancer. Use local applications of a good moisturizer to provide relief from itching. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"yes": Most common post -partum but other times infection or inflammation can occur but always this has to be checked by a md for the rare possibility of inflammatory breast cancer males they luck out again -- rare- I have only 2 in 3! years with cysts and infection -one due to trauma-- one with 2nd dcis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Breast infection : Mastitis is an infection in the tissue of the breast. It usually caused by a common bacteria (like staph or strep) found on skin. The bacteria enter through a break or crack in the skin, usually on the nipple. The infection takes place in the fatty tissue of the breast and causes swelling. This can feel like a hard, painful lump and may be red or warm. You may have a fever and flu like symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain, fever: Mastitis, or breast infection, while breastfeeding is very common. Some symptoms: severe pain, redness, a lump, pus coming from the skin or nipple, fever and chills. The treatements include: drainage-by needle or surgical cut and antibiotics. Please consult your doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
GM: Methotrexate alone or in combination with steroids has been used with good success.Treatment with a combination of glucocorticoids and prolactin lowering medications such as bromocriptine or Cabergoline was used with good success, steroid therapy for approx 6 months can be effective too, but can cause other undersirable side effects. ...Read more
Patience: Mastitis is an infection of the breast. They can be treated simply with antibiotics or may require surgical drainage if there is an abscess. If this is a problem that has been ongoing for a few months, you should see a breast specialist and possibly get a biopsy to make sure cancer is not present. Mastitis can be troublesome and long lasting but can resolve with appropriate care. ...Read more