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    Itchy nipple solution - traditional way
    mizzreds posted:
    hello woman! having problem with itchy nipple?
    I've been struggling with this problem before this. Well in my case, I facing the worst itchy nipple problem usually a week before period, but it seldom happens to me, It will happen like twice or three times a year.

    Here I wanna share a little traditional tips to solve an itchy nipple problem. I learn this tips from my grandmother check this out.

    at the time you have itchy nipple problems;

    1. You have to shower with warm water.

    2. You should wash or wipe the itch area (use warm water and clean cotton) at least three times a day.

    I always used this tips, it safe and very effective to me.
    happy trying

    Pardon me about my worst English but I hope you still get the idea.
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