Do Keloids In The Breast Affect Breast Milk And May Breastfeed?
Tonight want to ask nii r n If there is a keloid in the breast whether it will affect breast milk ?? Can I breastfeed a child … ??
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Keloids are excessive growth of scar tissue on the skin that was previously injured or injured. Keloids are marked by bumps on the scar area that appear tight, palpable soft or cystic if there is fluid. Can itch or mild pain and may or may not. Keloids are not dangerous, but if the size gets bigger, special handling needs to be done because it can cause discomfort and cosmetic disorders if it is in a place that is not covered by clothes. Consult with a general surgeon if there are complaints with your keloid.
Meanwhile, breast milk is produced and stored in the glands and milk ducts which are the contents of your breast. So, there is no relationship between keloids and breast milk. There are no problems and obstacles for mothers who have keloids in the breast area to breastfeed their children.
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