1 months old baby

Question: I have 25days old baby boy....I'm breastfeeding him and milk is not sufficient so giving formula as well... I have a white spot on my right nipple which is not going away.... While breastfeeding it is paining.... How will this white spot go away bcz while feeding it is paining a lot

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Answer: Same for me also apply. Coconut oil ND give warm massage
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