Nipple Thrush Home Remedy Treatment
Ladies, I have found the prize nipple thrush treatment for you! Nipple Thrush also known as a Nipple Yeast Infection, which is something that can be passed down to your baby so it is good to catch and fix early.
Do I Have Nipple Thrush?
Symptoms range from, itchiness on the areola, nipples are sensitive-to-touch, red or cracked nipples and stabbing feelings in the breast during feedings. Signs that your baby has Nipple Thrush are bleeding/chapped lips, redness or irritation around lips and white lesions around tongue or inside of cheeks.
After much research and calls to the lactation specialist, I shortly discovered I had Nipple Thrush. Those words don’t sound fun. They aren’t! Especially for a mother who is STILL trying to navigate breastfeeding and meeting the moment it “GETS EASIER”.
For so long I have wanted to tell the moms who said “It does gets easier” to lovingly kiss my butt lol.
NIPPLE THRUSH TREATMENT HOME RECIPE:
Over The Counter Ointment For Nipple Thrush
Polysporin; antibiotic, treats mild skin infections for sensitive skin. The nipple has a very soft thin layer of skin, you have to treat with TLC. Trust me your baby will build up that callus haha. This is what was recommended to me for that area.