If you feel localized pain within the breast or a tender lump, you probably have a plugged duct. When milk sits in the breast for an extended period of time, it can thicken and create a hard or tender spot known as a plugged duct.
A nipple bleb is a white dot that appears on the face of the nipple. A blister is a layer of skin that covers a pore in the nipple. Both can cause significant nipple pain and result in a plugged duct up into the breast tissue.
At LaVie we hear many stories from moms who deal with milk oversupply issues and how they cope with their breastfeeding struggles. Today we’re highlighting one of our LaVie Mom's inspiring stories about how milk donation has enhanced her breastfeeding journey and we're sharing how you can become a milk donor too.