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    Bleeding Nipples in a 3 month old
    RASINMYKIDS posted:
    My daughter is almost 3 months old and I have not BF in almost 2 months and last weeking she started bleeding from her right nipple. I tood her to her Dr and she has never seen this before. She was my Peds Dr so I know she had the experience. She is now sending us to our local Childrens Hospital. I was wondering if any other parents have expierenced this before and what was the out come? FYI the dr did order blood work and the hormones levels came back normal
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I've heard plenty of moms talking about nipple irritation - but not a baby. I'm glad your pediatrician suggested additional review. I did a quick search of the site and didn't come up with any information.

    Please check back in with us - your info might help some other parents!


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