Consistent nipple pain may be the result of a common yeast infection known as thrush. How is thrush normally treated? When should you seek professional help? And how do you know it's not thrush and must be some other type of infection?
If you feel a sharp pain in your nipple, and your nipple looks more white than normal, than you may be experiencing vasospasms or another condition which effect other body parts known as Raynaud's phenomenon. How can you reduce the pain and perhaps avoid this condition altogether?
Finding natural remedies for common breastfeeding concerns, colds and other ailments can be a challenge. Essential oils can treat many of these issues without the harsh ingredients that you don't want to pass along to your baby.
It's hard to relax and enjoy breastfeeding when your baby has bitten you, and it may even cause soreness on your nipple. Here are some ideas to help reduce and eliminate biting, so you and your baby can have a more enjoyable breastfeeding experience.