Mastitis (Breast Infection)

Breast infection (mastitis) Mastitis (Breastfeeding) [Original article on NHS Choices website] Mastitis is a condition which causes a woman’s breast tissue to become painful and inflamed. It’s most common in breastfeeding women, usually within the first three months after giving birth. If mastitis is caused by breastfeeding, doctors may refer to it as lactation mastitis or puerperal mastitis. Non-breastfeeding … Continue reading Mastitis (Breast Infection)