6 months old baby

Question: Hello, my baby is taking too much of milk from last few weeks...now I nipples are paining too much what is the reason behind it plz help me?

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Answer: Hello dear. It could be that your baby is teething and hence the nipples are getting hurt. The only thing that I did which helped me tremendously was while taking a shower taking luke warm water in a mug adding dettol in it placed ur palm under ur nipple and start pouring that warm water with dettol slowly so that the nipple is soaked in it for few seconds. Do it slowly till 3-4 minutes. Trust me it will help in healing and u will be fine if u do it twice in a day. Just make sure u clean it properly before u feed ur baby. Hope it helps.
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