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Wheatgrass for cracked nipples

The other fantastic cream I used with my second baby is Dr Wheatgrass Superbalm. I discovered this cream after I stopped breastfeeding my first child. I was quite anxious at the time and developed IBS. This unfortunately led to an anal fissure which was agony for several hours a day. I was given some treatments by my doctor, but the fissure always came back and the side effects were nasty. After some internet research I discovered Dr Wheatgrass Superbalm, and in desperation I ordered some. The Superbalm promised to heal the fissure after a few weeks of use because of its miracle healing powers. To my immense relief it actually worked.  I therefore decided to try the Superbalm on my nipples when breastfeeding my second child. I contacted the manufacturer to ask if it was safe and they said it was, but that I should wipe it off with a damp cloth just before feeding. On bad days I used the cream after every feed but I usually only used it at night if I felt particularly sore. It really helped.

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Thanks for this.  Amazingly, this is my second child and I only managed breastfeeding for five weeks with my first child because of cracked nipples. My second baby is now nearly 8 weeks and I am still going thanks to the super balm.  I think you should market it as a nipple cream!  So many people I know have this issue and have to give up.

P. D. Australia. 12 January, 2015

Been there. Done everything. Nothing worked. Dr Wheatgrass spray fixed it and cracked nipples. Hubby's smiling again!

Anita. 27 March, 2013

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