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Should I wash my nipples after feeding?
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In brief: No
It is unnecessary to wash your nipples after feeding.
Simply apply your breastmilk or a lanolin ointment after the feed to help keep them in good condition.

In brief: No
It is unnecessary to wash your nipples after feeding.
Simply apply your breastmilk or a lanolin ointment after the feed to help keep them in good condition.
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
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Dr. Lois Chiu
Pediatrics - Neonatology
In brief: Not necessary
It is not necessary to wash your nipples after feeding.
If it is too wet, you can just wipe dry.

In brief: Not necessary
It is not necessary to wash your nipples after feeding.
If it is too wet, you can just wipe dry.
Dr. Lois Chiu
Dr. Lois Chiu
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