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jdlevy posted:
I have a milk blister, or "bleb" on my right nipple and met with a lactation consultant who treated it but it looks like it is returning. I nurse on that side and DS seems to have a good latch, but it is painful. Has anyone had experience with this?
Thanks.
Me (33) DH (35) DS1 (06/09/06) DS2 (10/16/10)
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sarakraut responded:
Use a sterile needle and pop the blister if it keeps returning. I am very prone to these, and it will heal in about a weeks time.

Good luck!
 
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