What is Mastitis?
The Australian Breastfeeding Association state that, "Mastitis is usually the result of a blocked milk duct that hasn't cleared. Some of the milk banked up behind the blocked duct can be forced into nearby breast tissue, causing the tissue to become inflamed. The inflammation is called mastitis. Infection may or may not be present.
If you think you have mastitis, see your medical adviser."
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Having been a new mum with a lack of breastfeeding experience and a baby who was finding sucking difficult, my chance of getting mastitis was high. I also had little understanding of what mastitis was and how painful it could be. However, I did know that flu-like symptoms plus breast pain meant (most likely) mastitis.
My symptoms included:
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