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What is a milk blister?
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Dr. Robert Jackson
Dermatology
In brief: Not sure
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Dr. Robert Jackson
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Dr. Laura Webb
Pediatrics
In brief: Blocked nipple pore
This occurs when skin grows over a milk pore, blocking the milk from being released.
It is often clear and you can see fluid (milk) inside. To treat gently wash with warm water and open blister with sterile needle. Then use Bacitracin on the area to help prevent infection. Use creams on your nipple to prevent recurrence.

In brief: Blocked nipple pore
This occurs when skin grows over a milk pore, blocking the milk from being released.
It is often clear and you can see fluid (milk) inside. To treat gently wash with warm water and open blister with sterile needle. Then use Bacitracin on the area to help prevent infection. Use creams on your nipple to prevent recurrence.
Dr. Laura Webb
Dr. Laura Webb
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