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    marytmacc6 posted:
    I've figured out that it's my bras. I have some that have that thin lining that prevents showing nipples. The bras that don't have the lining don't bother me at all.

    Hope this helps some of you; I know how it can drive you crazy!
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    Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP responded:
    Dear marytmacc6: I am assuming that this was your culprit for the infamous "itchy nipple" problem. Thanks for adding your input. Would you be kind enough to do a cut and paste copy of your comment and add it to the itchy nipple thread (see right side bar under popular discussions). In that way your advice will get way more readers and be around for a longer duration.

    In Gratitude,

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