Nipple Vasospasms and Raynaud’s

***We’re sorry for the inconvenience, however the expert for this episode has requested we remove this episode due to a change in our WHO Code policy. If you would like more information about why this episode was removed, please read the takedown notice. For more information about the WHO Code, please listen to our episode.

Nipple pain can be a huge reason why moms stop breastfeeding earlier than planned. Fortunately, many of these issues can be fixed when moms have the right information about what’s happening within their bodies. If you’ve experienced uncomfortable nipple blanching and spasms, it may be a result of a vasospasm of Raynaud’s syndrome. What is the difference between these two conditions and can moms do to overcome discomfort?

Share: Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterest

Featured Segments

  • Ask Breastfeeding Experts, The Boob Group

    Ask Breastfeeding Experts

    Our team of experts are here to help you throughout your breastfeeding journey. Send your questions through email or voicemail sent through our website, and allow our experts to ease your concerns and quench your curiosity!

  • Overcoming Societal Booby Traps, New Mommy Mesia

    Overcoming Societal Booby Traps

    We want you to have a positive breastfeeding experience… without feeling “booby trapped” by the cultural, institutional and legal barriers that prevent us from making informed decisions? How can we change the overall perception of breastfeeding within our society?

Additional Resources


Subscribe To Our
Show Newsletters

New episodes, discounts, and more!