Gahhh they're driving me insane!! They're itching so I try and itch and then it HURTS!! And kinda embarassing when it happens in public as I really don't wanna be caught scratching Any idea how I can stop this problem? Or do I hafta just deal with it?
I have had it since about 14 weeks too and it drove me MAD as it was so itchy and sore. So I started using this http://www.boobbaby.co.uk/shop/our-p...FRQMfAodmTIwZQ. Breastfeeding mothers use it when their nipples become sore (I will be using it when I BF this one) and it works wonders x
You're definitely not alone!! Mine itch like a MAD WOMAN!! They have since the very beginning, and you're right...you're damned if you do, damned if you don't. If you itch, they hurt, if you don't, they drive you mad!! I just lather them up with lotion every chance I get, and try so hard not to think about it. Good luck!
I've found that oatmeal lotion (like Aveeno) has helped me. Hasn't stopped it completely, cause I still wake up in the middle of the night scratching like crazy, but at least it curbs the itch during the day!
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