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Reduced nipple sensation since breast reduction surgery. What can be done?

Hi, I had breast reduction surgery back in August of 2012. Since the surgery I have had very little nipple sensation. Before the surgery I had great sensation in this area. My fear is that my husband is not able to stimulate my nipples, I don t get much sensation at all, Please help me what can I purchase or do to increase sensation. Plus my nipples are a little bit innies...
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Some amount of alteration in nipple sensation is common after breast reduction surgery and there seems to be no cause of concern.
Application of Aloevera cream may help. Also regular breast massage will help imroving circulation and will also improve sensation.

Wishing you healthy life

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Dr T Shobha Deepak
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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