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Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast that is most commonly caused by milk stasis obstruction of milk flow rather than infection. Non-infectious mastitis can usually be resolved without the use of antibiotics. If symptoms are not improving within hours or if the woman is acutely ill, antibiotics should be started.

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Your nursing breasts may feel lumpy at times. These are most likely plugged milk ducts. A lump that does not get smaller or go away after about a week should be checked by your doctor.

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One amazing breastfeeding benefit is that nursing your baby can reduce your risk of developing breast cancer in your lifetime. In books and movies, a woman with breast cancer often discovers the disease herself by feeling a lump in her breast. In real life, the story is usually much different.

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If a sore lump appears in your breast but you otherwise feel well, you probably have a blocked milk duct. After breastfeeding Place an ice-pack or chilled cabbage leaf on your breast to relieve pain after a feed. It can be normal to have swollen breasts in the first few weeks of breastfeeding.

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You may notice an occasional lump on one or both breasts while breastfeeding. There are many possible causes for these lumps. Treatment for a lump while breastfeeding depends on the cause.

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You may have seen a news story recently about a young woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer after trying to breastfeed her baby son. According to the newspaper, her baby became distressed when she tried to feed him from her right breast. Your breasts go through a lot of changes during and after pregnancy.

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I was 34 weeks pregnant with my second son and had already started lactating on my right side when I first noticed a lump in my right breast. While breastfeeding my first son, who was 2 and a half years old by this point, my right breast was my hero boob. But my right side had also developed a clogged duct that turned into an abscess while I was breastfeeding him, and when I noticed a hard spot in the same area around this time, I figured I was dealing with a similar issue. I talked to one of my OBGYNs that week, wondering if it was possible to have a clogged duct while still pregnant.

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