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How do you know if you have a blocked milk duct? Find out everything you need to know here. But what is that and what causes it? The glands that make milk in your breasts are divided into segments. A bit like an orange, in fact.
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The Milk Ducts and Related Breastfeeding Problems

Clogged milk ducts are painful and can make breastfeeding so much more challenging. Worst of all, a clogged duct can lead to mastitis if not properly treated. Unfortunately, clogged ducts are very common. Read on for a better understanding of what clogged ducts are, why they happen, and most importantly of all, how to prevent them from ever happening again. Your ducts are small tubes that carry milk from the tissues deep in your breast to your nipple, forming a network of branching passages that come together at the nipple itself. Muscle cells squeeze milk along these ducts to create a flow when your baby feeds. Clogged, plugged, or blocked ducts mean that milk is not moving well in a part of your breast, and then builds or backs up, preventing the milk from getting through.
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What Are the Treatments for Dilated Duct in the Breast?

Back in June I started having bleeding from my nipple and found a lump in my breast, my go quickly referred me to the breast clinic where they did a ultrasound on the lump and I was examined by a specialist nurse. They were happy the lump was just glandular tissue and sent me merrily on my way. About the procedure, the recovery, the scaring and the waiting for the results! Finding myself very weepy.
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There are approximately 15 to 30 milk ducts located in your breast. Where the ducts end at your nipple there are small openings that allow the breast milk to flow out of your body and to your baby. When your baby is latched on properly and breastfeeding, the motions of your baby's jaw, gums, and tongue help to pull the milk through the ducts and out of your nipple into your baby's mouth. Your let-down reflex also helps your milk to flow through the milk ducts and out to your baby. The milk ducts play an important role in the delivery of breast milk to your child, but they can also be a source of breast problems.
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