Homeopathic Remedies for Mastitis

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On this week’s podcast, Sue Meyer talks about Mastitis and some homeopathic remedies to help. On this week’s podcast, Sue Meyer talks about Mastitis and some homeopathic remedies to help.

Mastitis is an infection and inflammation of the breast, usually the fatty tissue of the breast, that causes redness, pain and swelling. As this swelling pushes on the milk ducts, it causes pain.

Mastitis is usually caused by an infection with the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus. These bacteria are normally present on your skin, but cause problems when they enter the body. Bacteria causing mastitis enter through a break or crack in the skin of the breast, usually on the nipple. In fact, mastitis usually occurs in women who are breastfeeding because the nipples often become dry and irritated and can become cracked during nursing. This allows the bacteria to invade breast tissue, in particular the milk ducts and milk glands.

At the same time, a clogged milk duct can mimic mastitis. While a woman adjusts to breastfeeding a new infant, the milk ducts inside the breast can become clogged, causing tenderness, redness, lumps and even heat under the skin surface, but without infection.

It is possible in many cases to determine yourself if you have a clogged milk duct as opposed to mastitis. You can usually relieve a clogged milk duct by massaging the area. If these symptoms persist, however, or if you develop fever and muscle pains or body aches, it is more likely that you have indeed developed mastitis. Fortunately, mastitis can be easily treated with Homeopathy!

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  1. Heather Hetager says

    I listened to the podcast on mastitis. How do you spell Filoca? I tried my best to spell it. Is this correct?

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