The 5 Common Reasons Female Have Nipples Pains


They can be triggered by many causes, including friction, hormonal imbalances, inflammatory disorders, environmental factors, allergies,skin conditions, infections, itching, sensitivity, sexual activity, pregnancy or breastfeeding.

1. Breast Development and Puberty


Breast development is one of the first signs of puberty, which is the time of growth and great hormonal changes in the girl’s body. The breast glands and the fat tissue begin to grow and the nipples start to expand and swell.

These hormonal and physical changes may cause breasts and nipples to become very sensitive and painful.

 2. Ovulation

Ovulation usually occurs in the middle of a woman’s menstrual cycle, although it may vary from woman to woman. Many women experience breast and nipple soreness before, during and after ovulation, due to increased levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones.

3. Pregnancy

During pregnancy, estrogen and progesterone levels continue to increase and this also causes breasts and nipples to become more sensitive and painful.

4. Sexual activity

Vigorous rubbing or friction during sexual activity can cause your nipples to become sore. This is usually temporary and goes away once they have a chance to heal. Applying a barrier gel, antiseptic, or moisturiser as appropriate may help.

5. Bleb

Another less common cause of nipple discomfort is a bleb, a smooth, shiny, white dot found at the nipple’s tip, usually at the opening of a duct (Lawrence 1999). Sometimes a white, clear, or yellow milk blister appears on the nipple or areola causing soreness during a feeding. Warm compresses and frequent nursing are the keys to overcoming this obstacle

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