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why do my nipples burn during pregnancy

If your breasts burn and hurt, it can be due to various reasons and although you should always see your doctor first in order to rule out any serious problem, we will explain the possible causes of this discomfort in this article, which can be related to hormonal, growth, or allergy matters. We will also share someP natural remedies by using medicinal plantsP to treat it simply and without risks of side effects. In some cases, mainly in young girls, although it can happen at any age, women can suffer from breast pain that in reality happens in the muscles. For example,
due to muscle exercises in the chest area. P In young girls, it can be because they are still inP a development stageP and as they grow, breasts can cause some discomfort. A doctor should be the one who rules out any other health problem. If they confirm that it is due to muscle issues caused by exercise, you can take a natural -based supplement. Burning in your breasts can be caused by anP allergic reactionP to certain clothing detergents, deodorants, or products that come in direct contact with the skin. Because of that, you should think about what products you have used and search for other kinds that are more gentle and natural.

We recommend making a natural detergent to wash your clothing and using alcohol-free deodorants. If you still feel burning, you can use aloe vera gel to soothe it. Your skin will be more vulnerable to problems like these if it is very dry. For that reason, we recommend that you hydrate it, especially in the nipple areas with some kind ofP vegetable oil, moisturizing cream, or shea butter. P Try to make sure that it is a natural product that does not cause allergies. If you always feeling burning or pain right before or during menstruation, this is definitely due toP hormonal problems. P In that case, you can see your gynecologist or a therapist so that they can do a diagnosis according to all of the symptoms you have. Some natural options to keep in mind are evening primrose oil, chasteberry, angelica, Peruvian ginseng, or One of the symptoms of pregnancy can be burning or pain in your breasts which is why you should also rule out this possibility sinceP it is one of the first possible symptoms.

P This is due to the increase of blood flow to the area, especially in the nipples, and as your body gets used to this feeling, the discomfort tends to lessen. In any way,P you can soothe it by making infusions with concentrations of marigold flowersP to apply to your chest when they are warm with the help of a compress. If you feel the burning and painP during lactation,P it is very possible that you have Mastitis, an inflammation of the mammary tissue caused by an infection, that also tends to be accompanied with fever and fatigue. You can treat Mastitis by preparing anP infusion with thyme concentrateP to apply everyday nipple and around it with the help of a cotton ball. Let it dry. You can also take aP vitamin C and propolis based supplement. Although you should not get alarmed,P if you have persistent pain and burning, and there is no apparent cause, you should see a doctorP so that they rule out breast cancer. You can also do a. Standing in front of a mirror, touchPthe entire breast area slowly and deeply in circular motions. Try to cover all around it up to your armpits.

Do the same with both Pbreasts. P If you notice any balls or strange shape, see the doctor as soon as possible to rule out the disease. P Another symptom of breast cancer are loss of liquid through the nipple, either blood colored or yellow. This should also be a sign of alarm. I get the worst nipple vasospasm when pregnant. It absolutely kills me and at times I feel like crying from the pain. My nipple is completely white when it happens. I don t find much helps, other than to keep warm. I can t bear to put anything on my nipples while it happens, it s just too painful so I just try and prevent getting cold. Not so easy in the winter. I posted the exact same topic when pregnant with DS. I was also worried it s going to impact on my ability to breastfeed. Mine isn t worsened by breastfeeding, and it didn t impact on my ability to breastfeed at all (still feeding DS who is 15 monts old) I actually get less vasospasm when not pregnant. With this pregnancy (my second), it was one of my first pregnancy symptoms. Edited by babatjie, 18 May 2011 - 08:49 PM.

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