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Managing Mastitis 

Mastitis is inflammation of the breast tissue, and may also involve infection. Mastitis most commonly occurs in the first six months of breastfeeding, and some mothers are more prone to it than others.
If you've had mastitis once, you're more likely to get it again, so it's worth following our guidance on avoiding mastitis at the bottom of the this article.
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