This morning after nursing my son I noticed a tiny bump at the very base of my nipple on the areola. It was hurting pretty bad, but I thought maybe he just latched on wrong and the pain would go away on it's own. Well, cut to the end of the day and the bump is still there and it hurts really bad. Even when he's not nursing. It feels like my nipples felt when I first starting breastfeeding and the latch on was painful. It's a tiny bump, smaller than a pea, and it's the same color as the surrounding areola. There isn't any pus or any other signs of infection. It just hurts. Has anyone else had this problem. I found on another site that it might be a clogged Montgomery gland, but I can't find any info on how to treat it. Not even on webmd or mayoclinic.com. Thanks for any help.
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