I'm EBF'ing, my daughter is 7 weeks old in 3 days and lately I've noticed my boobs and nipples are getting really sore again, they aren't cracking or drying, and it feels more internal than topical if that makes sense. I'm wondering if it could be from starting my BC about a week ago? And if this is what's causing it does it wear off? I just don't want it to end up being an infection and I let it get bad thinking it's my BC.
Really? I don't think it's topical though, it feels like inside is painful, and I started my period today so that may be why! Do you use coconut oil all the time? How often do you use it? And where can I get it?
if its pain from inside it could be mastitis....do you have lump un your breast?I had it and went to doctor,they gave me pill for a week which d doc said was safe with breastfeeding and now everything if fine and easier....
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