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Sunday, June 30th 2013, 11:46pm

Blocked milk duct?

Does anyone know if you can have a blocked duct with no lumps? My left boob is so sore in a specific spot but its not lumpy at all. It's a bit red at that spot but nothing else. LO seems to be feeding ok from that side too. It's just on the aerolea (spelling?!). I haven't had blocked ducts / mastitis yet!

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Monday, July 1st 2013, 11:44am

Hi Net

I think I've had the same thing a couple of times when DD2 was little, I never had it with DD1 and other than being bitten 8| haven't ever had any other problem BF. I think it was also a blocked milk duct and what I did was let her feed as much as possible from that boob, it hurt to start with but went after 6-8 hours. If in doubt get checked out by your GP or ask a breastfeeding support group (I would say your HV maybe able to help but as you've got pants ones we won't go there)!

I hope you feel better soon.

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Monday, July 1st 2013, 12:10pm

Thanks Polly. It's been sore a few days now. I'll go to my GP if not gone soon. Agree I think I'll avoid my HVs!!
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