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Successful management of breast abscess with ongoing breastfeeding.

@article{Banapurmath1995SuccessfulMO,
  title={Successful management of breast abscess with ongoing breastfeeding.},
  author={C. Banapurmath and S. Banapurmath and H. Mallikarjuna and A. Kalliath and K. T. Rao and J. Verghese and K. Ravikumar and N. Kesaree},
  journal={Indian pediatrics},
  year={1995},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={
          488-91
        }
}
488 breastmilk manually from right side. She continued to breastfeed from the left side. She could overcome her problem and initiate breastfeeding by 5 days. She had an ulcer above the right nipple which started healing by 5 days. Positioning the baby in such a way that angle of the mouth was juxtaposing the ulcer was less painful to the mother. The baby settled down to exclusive breastfeeding and was discharged by 8 days. 
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