Re: Milk blister that won't go away?
Milk blisters can be extremely long-lasting, and 2 weeks isn't out of the ballpark. When you lanced the skin with the sterile needle, were you able to get any milk out of the area? Is there a blocked duct behind the blister?
Nursing on the blistered side is definitely something you want to do, if you can stand it. The baby's suction may break what even a needle cannot. I strongly suggest varying your nursing position, so that the baby's mouth falls in a different orientation.
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