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Question: My baby doesn't breastfeed because of my flat nipples

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Answer: Hi dear, Flat nipples do not usually interfere with breastfeeding. Most newborns can latch on to flat nipples without much of a problem. And, as long as your baby can latch on to your breast properly, he or she will be able to get your nipples out. You can do the following: 1- yes nipple shield or shells acts as fake nipples and can help babies latch on that 2- there are V- shells or C- shells that can draw your nipples out 3 - if flat nipples are due to breast engorgement,try to keep warm compress 4- breast pump can also elevate the nipples 5 - you can meet latching expert or paediatrician to help you in latching in such cases Make sure your baby is well fed by counting the number of wet nappies
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    pinky singh28 days ago

    Or else use nipple-shield , me too was having same problem. Use nipple-shield at breast so baby can easily have mother milk.

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