Lumps in breast, tenderness to touch, fever - what do I have? Breastfeeding.

Mastitis. Sounds like an infection in your breast. Warm compresses, express milk and see your doctor for definite diagnosis and antibiotics if needed.
Infection. It is possible that you have an infection due to breastfeeding. You should contact your ob-gyn and ask to be referred to a breast specialist.

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