Re: Plugged duct Not going away. Now wha
Sorry, mama! Often plugs crop up in the same locations over and over again. Often the baby's nursing style is to blame- something about her latch causes blisters (which are like callouses that form over a milk pore) to form, or she just doesn't drain a certain portion of the breast well for whatever reason. If this is the case, altering your nursing position may help. Another potential cause would be pressure put on a certain part of the breast by a bra, or even by a diaper bag or purse! So you might want to see if changing something in that area makes things better.
Hang in there, mama! I know this stinks, but recurrent plugs don't usually trouble your entire nursing journey. They will probably become less frequent in time, and eventually disappear.
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