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    8 month old with lump
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    BluuJae posted:
    I just found a lump under my 8 month old daughters left nipple. From what i've read, it is more than likely a hormone thing that will go away on it's on. Never the less, still a little startling. I did get a call into the office nurse to see whether I should bring her in to get it checked out but have not heard back yet.
    Just wondering if any of you have experienced this and what your results were.

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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I think you did the right thing by calling the doctor - I did remember that there was a breast lump discussion on this board about a year ago. Click here to read:

    http://forums.webmd.com/3/parenting-6-9-months-exchange/forum/6050

    Would love if you came back and let us know what you discovered! Have a great weekend with baby...

    Haylen


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