Blood in breast milk is a common breastfeeding problem. It's something that most women typically don't notice unless they're pumping, their child spits up a bit of blood-tinged milk, or they see a little blood in their baby's bowel movements. And, while it can be scary when you first come across it, there's likely no need to worry.
Breast discharge leaking from your nipples can throw you for a loop. Unless they provide you with some spectacular feelings during sexin which case, gold star for your nips. So when they suddenly start acting out, it can be surprising, to say the least. Other kinds, like bloody discharge, are not.
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What causes bleeding nipples when pumping, and is it safe to give breast milk with blood in it to your baby? Image credit: Julia Wright. Used with permission.
Back to Health A to Z. Nipple discharge isn't usually a sign of anything serious, but sometimes it's a good idea to get it checked just in case. It's also not unusual for babies boys and girls to have milky nipple discharge soon after they're born.
I know all too well the pain of breastfeeding a biter. When I shrieked in pain the first time my second-born baby chomped down on my nipple midnursing session, I swear I detected a smirk on her face. From there, she seemed to know just when to pounce — not often but right when I was getting comfortable.
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