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what should i do???? why does it hurt so much???

By Anonymous September 19, 2015 - 11:16am
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My boyfriend bit me on my right breast and I didn't notice until 35 minutes later that I was bleeding but it wasn't like a lot plus it was dried up. I panicked and put some water on it and it still hurts like I breath and it hurts so bad. I have not bumps, I'm by sure what to call it, but I have like two dots and they turn kind of white every time I pass water mixed with hydrogen peroxide. Im guessing it's the skin where he bit me or infection in rally not sure and I'm scared. I'm only 16. We didn't do anything else just kissed and he bit my nipple. I so regret it. And I should have stopped him. But what happened, happened. Now I just need to fix this. It's really hurting a lot. And it's so painful and I cleaned it with the mix and paper towel. And it stings too. Also one of the little white dots has kind of like a brown dot on it. I'm not sure what it is. And they're not bumps they're really really little and theyre on the like base of the nipple. Not the outer ring like part of the brown part of the nipple. I appreciate the help in advanced thank you so much. Mitchell

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
The little bumps on nipples are called Montgomery glands or areolar skin glands. They are normal. You may also notice a white substance come out of the bumps when squeezed. Their purpose is generally unknown but can well improve breastfeeding.
The bumps can be white, brown or have a brown dot on top as you see. This is all normal.
As far the cut you received, it will heal. Just keep the area clean and give it time.

September 19, 2015 - 11:09pm
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