• Your breasts and nipples may be reacting to the elastic or dye used to make your bra or lingerie.
Most women get worked up from itchy breasts as they deem them as not normal.
Well, itchy breasts are sometimes normal to some women.
Here are some of the reasons you could be experiencing itchiness;
Your new soap, lotion, or laundry detergent could be behind your itchy nipples. Chemicals in some cleaning products can cause a rash called contact dermatitis.
The rash appears as itchy red patches on your body. One can try to switch soaps and try cleansers that are hypoallergenic, unscented, and free of dyes, and you will notice the change.
Your breasts and nipples may be reacting to the elastic or dye used to make your bra or lingerie. Contact dermatitis can cause redness and itching on the areas of the skin that touch the fabric, like your nipples.
If you've been wearing a new bra you could go back to your old one to check if the itch will persist.
Your nipples can scrape when they rub against clothing while you exercise or because your bra is too tight. This is usually more painful than itchy, but the feeling differs in women.
For some, the friction can feel like itching or burning. To avoid this, one can apply petroleum jelly to the area before workouts to protect it from irritation and make sure your bra fits well.
Itchy nipples? It happens as hormone changes and skin stretches as your breasts and nipples expand to prepare for a nursing baby.
Cocoa butter, coconut oil, or a lanolin ointment rubbed on the nipples can help lessen the itch.
One should examine their breasts every once in a while.
If something feels different from the normal you ought to seek a doctor's opinion.
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