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#1 of 3 Old 01-30-2013, 01:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi all,

My little one is 15 months and this has been nagging at me since shortly after she was born. I thought it might go away on its own... but has not!

Around the time my milk first came in, I noticed that parts of my breast were numb. It's totally odd. I can pinch the skin and feel nothing. It's not my whole breast, just a bit underneath and on one side (of both).

I brushed it off when I first noticed, but now I'm starting to wonder if this is something I should see my Dr. about.

Has anyone else experienced this?

thanks for your input

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Are they always numb? Because at times I'll look down and see that DD is pinching my nipple while she nurses on the other side and I absolutely can't feel it....but other times the sensitivity returns. I figure it was natures way of keeping us from going crazy from having kids hanging from out boobs all the time:) but maybe yours is more extreme numbness?
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It seems like the numbness is there all the time. I've been thinking since posting that it could be due to stretching? I have also thought, when DD is pinching me repeatedly on the breast, that it could just be nature's way of protecting us! lol

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