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If you’ve ever breastfed a baby before, you know that sometimes your nipples get sore. REALLY SORE! Most of the time, a poor or shallow latch can cause the soreness.

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Cait Jennings


Here it is!

Second part of the breastfeeding tutorial. This time – let’s talk about problems you may experience on your nursering path.

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Fluconazole (Diflucan)


Fluconazole (Diflucan™) is a synthetic antifungal agent that can be used for the treatment of Candida albicans and other fungal infections. For the breastfeeding mother in particular, it can be used after other first interventions to treat recurrent Candida infections of the nipples, and, if such a thing exists, as I believe it does, Candida infections of the breasts. 1,468 more words

Breastfeeding Knowledge

Sore Nipples


The best treatment of sore nipples is prevention. The best prevention is getting the baby to latch on properly from the first day. Mother and baby skin to skin contact immediately after birth for at least the first hour or two will frequently result in a baby latching on all by himself with a good latch. 2,142 more words

Breastfeeding Knowledge

Shells, shields, and pads!

Shells, shields, and pads! Sounds like an armies’ artillery checklist but it’s actually a list of items which can make the life of a breast feeding mum so much easier! 614 more words


Dear Precious Breastfeeding. Is this the end?

The last month has been my roughest yet in nearly three years of nursing.  So bad, in fact, I’ve contemplated shutting down shop after 34 months of mass milk production. 477 more words

Adventures In Parenting

Sore Nipples – Symptoms, Causes and Home Remedies

Sore nipples is a common problem in women especially breast feeding mothers suffer from this painful and discomforting condition. According to medical experts, yeast infection and improper breast feeding position could the reason for sore nipples. 133 more words

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