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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
2/17/13 10:47 P

Yup, totally common. I think more in men, I guess our bras help us out.

My hubby just uses band aids. He doesn't find they sweat off.

Deb, in New Zealand
MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,688
2/17/13 9:39 P

Runners nipple is not uncommon.

An adhesive tape beforehand is probably the cheapest way of preventing it.

M@L

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2/17/13 7:11 P

Hi GARTHBDS,

You may want to try a product called Body Glide and if that doesn't work, you can use nipple guards (sold at specialty running stores) or just band-aids, although if you sweat a lot they may not stay on.

Coach Nancy

GARTHBDS Posts: 7
2/17/13 6:46 P

Ok this caught me totally by surprise but after my run I noticed my nipples were bleeding from my shirt rubbing against it I guess. For now my solution is to run shirtless on my treadmill in the basement. However, when spring comes I would like to run outside and I don't want to do it shirtless. Is there something that can help stop this? I have never heard of this before as I have no runner friends.

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