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What are the symptoms of a clogged milk duct?

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It's a sore, tender lump or knotty area in the breast.
It occurs when a milk duct is not draining well, and inflammation builds up. The area may be warm to the touch and red, and if it is located in a duct close to the surface of the skin, you may be able to feel it distinctly with your fingers. A plugged duct is not accompanied by fever. Usually occurs in 1 breast at a time.

In brief: See below:

It's a sore, tender lump or knotty area in the breast.
It occurs when a milk duct is not draining well, and inflammation builds up. The area may be warm to the touch and red, and if it is located in a duct close to the surface of the skin, you may be able to feel it distinctly with your fingers. A plugged duct is not accompanied by fever. Usually occurs in 1 breast at a time.
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
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