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6 months after C section
I have 6 months baby and on my left breast I have phunsi which is very painful...one after another...it comes...any suggestions for this...it was painful big phunsi...or which doctor should I visit
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It might be a pyoderma i.e skin infection. Provide with photos of the same so that accurate diagnosis can be made and treatment can be given to you accordingly.
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant Obstetrician and gynaecologist.
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Medication under prescription is advisable
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Consult general surgeon near you.
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