My doctor told me that I have inverted nipples (not severe, but enough it would make breastfeeding very difficult). I've been taking his advice with rubbing them with a lotioned towel, as well as using Avent "Nipplettes." (They're kind of little suction cups that pull 'em out. Not too comfy, but they seemed to help a tad.) Now that I'm in the 3rd trimester, I can't use the Nipplettes anymore. Any advice on how to help them come out more? Or how to make breastfeeding easier (or possible) when our baby arrives?
I would really like to breastfeed due to all the health benefits it provides for baby and me.
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