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  1. Oct 09,  · Hi friends, I am 17 and four days ago I had a small wound in my left nipple. It is painful and the nipple is swollen and red in color. It hurts a lot when I wear my bra. I applied antiseptics to the nipple and the wound is slowly healing now, but the pain is still there. I am worried about itcould it be the synptom of breast cancer? There are no lumps in either of my .
  2. Aug 10,  · Inverted nipples are when the nipple points into the breast instead of popping out. It's not super common, but it's something that some women are born with, women’s health expert Jennifer Wider.
  3. Using a particular type of wound dressing, a hydrogel sheet wound covering, on a nipple wound offers several advantages. These dressings help maintain a moist environment, decrease the chance of bacterial infection, are easy to use, and provide immediate pain relief.
  4. Mar 07,  · Nipple problems include discharge, irritation, cracking, and swelling, and can occur in both men and women. Subscribe. Nipple Problems. Medically reviewed by Nicole Galan, RN — Written by Elea Author: Elea Carey.
  5. Oct 01,  · Nipple reconstruction is an overall rather safe intervention with low complication rates. Zhong et al retrospectively analyzed their experience of nipple reconstructions in patients with a follow-up of at least 1 year. Minor complications in their series occurred in percent of patients.
  6. Jul 31,  · Extra nipple removal: A “supernumerary nipple” (or third nipple) can be removed with a simple surgical excision and requires only local anesthetic. The surgeon makes an incision and removes the nipple with a scalpel or laser, then closes the incision with sutures. Nipple enlargement: Making your.
  7. Aug 31,  · Nipples are weird and wonderful things; they go hard when you're turned on and stick out like sore thumbs when you're cold - and sometimes, just go hard for no apparent reason.
  8. wound on the nipple: due to the abrasion by baby's tongue a small part of nipple got swollen and later the skin peeled off. Now it has caused a wound. Can i feed my baby with the wound? It burns when she starts to feed. I apply lanolin ointment on it. But i am worried whether the wound will create any infection on my baby. Pls help.

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