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pain in baby's breast

Ilavarasi Thirugnanam
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Updated on Nov 08, 2016

I've a 1 month baby girl. The person who used to do bath for my baby, pressed the breast with palm saying tat it is good for her. What hpd is, One side is normal while other side is swollen. .. can anyone say whether this will be alright, what should I do?

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Swathi

| Nov 11, 2016

irrespective of girl or boy don't allow to do it,it will lead to infection and surgery.. even my pediatrician told that

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Ilavarasi Thirugnanam

| Nov 10, 2016

S Soniya. Please don't allow to do. Actually, only for baby boy they'll do. So that boy's chest will not become big n future. In case of girl child it's not required. Apart from these reasons, practically it's not advisable to do . Please take care.

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Soniya Sharma

| Nov 10, 2016

oh my god... true dear

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Ilavarasi Thirugnanam

| Nov 10, 2016

I consulted with the pediatrician. She said not to do like this hereafter and of course scolded me for allowing it to do. She said if the maid continues to do, it'll lead to infection and worse case to surgery. I got scared listening to her words... My kind advice to parents who have newborns, pls take care of ur baby. Follow ur doctor's instructions strictly.

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Soniya Sharma

| Nov 09, 2016

my maid also use to do, she use to tell it's qud for them ....

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Richa Sinha

| Nov 08, 2016

please tell your maid not to do that,, my maid did it with my daughter and samething happened, I went to padreatic and he strictly told me to stop that.... he gave antibiotics for that,, to my 2months daughter

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Tejal Singh

| Nov 08, 2016

It will be better if you consult to your pedc

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Ilavarasi Thirugnanam

| Nov 08, 2016

It's not paining for her. She's not crying when I touch, but I'm scared whether it'll have any effects in her future .

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Tanisha Khanna

| Nov 08, 2016

Hi Ilavarasi, I think it is better that you consult a paediatrician for the same. Also, you have mentioned 'pain in the baby's breast -- how do you know that it pains? Does she cry when you touch her breast?

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