1 months old baby

Question: my nipples are paining alot while feeding.. am not able to feed at times please tell what to do?

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Answer: It's mainly due to baby not latching properly. If it is sore or cracked try nipple cream. It really helps. Help the baby latch correctly so you won't feel pain
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