3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:sore nipples<i>have had horribly sore nipples from nursing and i found this that helped. it's lanolin free but is really moisturizing and you don't need to wipe it off before you nurse. <br />I found it here<br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://healthybabyboutique.com/product_full.php?id=831&hid=98">http://healthybabyboutique.com/product_full.php?id=831&hid=98</a> <br /> <br />i hope this can help some of you!</i>
When my first was born, I had incredibly sore nipples, but then discovered he was latched on wrong... fixed the problem. I also found that if you rubbed breat milk on it and let it dry, it cleared right up.
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Report This| Share this:sore nipplesWhen my first was born, I had incredibly sore nipples, but then discovered he was latched on wrong... fixed the problem. I also found that if you rubbed breat milk on it and let it dry, it cleared right up.
and cabbage leafs right from the fridge. Aww it does wonders!! Just slip in in your bra right after BF and it makes a world of difference
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