The occurrence of Female Entrapment in women is a common phenomenon, mainly due to shorter and tighter than usual dairy resources. Invalidation may occur in one or both nipples and the severity of the problem depends on whether the nipple remains permanently hidden or is inadvertently in specific cases. Permanent nipple entry is less likely to respond to non-surgical treatments.
Throat Infections, although considered to be an aesthetic problem, however, can cause problems with breastfeeding. One way to resolve this problem is to use a painless device that gently sucks the nipple. In some cases, breastfeeding itself can restore the lesion and, if this fails, may require surgery.
If the thrombophlebitis occurs at a later stage in the patient’s life, it may in some cases be due to breast diseases, including breast cancer, and therefore the patient should undergo a check by a specialist mammologist.
There are two different intervention techniques that can be used to correct penile intake:
This method is also applied to most patients. The shorter pores are intersected and the nipple is thrown outward using a combination of sutures and remodeling its shape. After this surgery, breastfeeding becomes impossible.
With this technique, the dairy resources are mostly retained, as only those who are too short are released, thus leaving the majority of resources intact. This kind of surgery allows breastfeeding to be maintained for the majority of patients, but has a higher rate of failure / recurrence in the incipient nipple.
The nipple rectification surgery can be performed under local anesthesia and the patient to go to her home immediately afterwards. It has a fast recovery time and is generally quite patient-tolerated.
A complete medical history should be taken before each surgery. As a precautionary measure, doctors without prescription or herbal products / drugs should not be taken before surgery and for 3 days afterwards. Also, strict non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as salospir, ibuprofen (Nurofen), diclofenac and any other anticoagulant or antiplatelet therapy should always be avoided, always with the treating physician. It would also be very helpful to bring a list of any prescription medicines you receive for your preoperative control.
If you are a smoker try to quit smoking at least six weeks before and after a surgery, as this will dramatically reduce the chance of post-operative complications.
The wounds will heal in just a few days, and in addition to a mild discomfort the recovery from this surgery is too short.
Patients usually feel able to return to work from the next day of the procedure, and have full recovery and return to normal activities within one to two weeks.
During the recovery period we would advise patients to wear a protective patch on the nipple to avoid friction with underwear or clothing.
As with any surgery, it is very important to understand that there is a potential for complications. Any complications that may arise in this case are listed below.
They have the same rate as any other surgery.
This may occur in a proportion of 25% of patients, depending on the technique applied.
Any surgery to treat Fetal Infections can lead to breastfeeding.
If it emerges, it is unlikely to last long.
If you feel any symptom that may be of concern to you, please do not hesitate to contact us.