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  1. Images ... Breast milk contains the appropriate amounts of carbohydrates, protein, and fat, and provides, minerals, vitamins, and hormones ...
  2. Most breast infections occur in breastfeeding women when bacteria enters the breast through cracks in the nipple. In severe infections, abscesses may occur. Antibiotics may be indicated ...
  3. ... age 30. Breast abscesses are usually incidental to breastfeeding.
  4. ... months due to a condition other than pregnancy, breastfeeding or menopause.
  5. ... months or more in the absence of pregnancy, breastfeeding or menopause. Extreme weight gain or loss, certain ...
  6. ... hormonal fluctuations from menstruation, pregnancy, puberty, menopause, and breastfeeding. Breast pain can also be associated with fibrocystic ...
  7. ... commonly due to infection. Mastitis usually occurs in breastfeeding women if milk ducts are blocked, and milk ...