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7 Weeks Postpartum Not Breastfeeding But Theres Milk From Breast
Decrease supply: Breast milk production is dependent upon stimulation (suckling) from the breast. The side baby nurses from will produce lots of milk and the unused side will produce little or none. Not harmful to baby, but could be very uncomfortable-lopsided!- to mom. If you're having problems getting him to feed on one side-see pediatrician or lactation specialist. They can help this common problem. ...Read more
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
Will motherlove breast milk increasing pill help keep my breastmilk abundant even when i go 6 hours without breastfeeding? ( baby is almost 3 months)
100% unproven: I am going to answer 100% honestly, which I hope is what you want: there is absolute zero proof that these products do anything at all to increase breast milk. Look at their website, they even SAY the product is unproven. I recommend save your money and follow recommended nursing plans, talk with a lactation counselor, etc...These products do not help. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm going to stop brestfeeding at 8 weeks, (3 weeks from now) how do I stop my milk supply? (currently exclusively pumping and bottling breast milk).
Weaning: Breast milk is a supply and demand phenomenon. If you are exclusively pumping, gradually reduce the total amount of time you pump every day, and your production gradually will decline. If you need, you can stop abruptly, but there will be some discomfort. Cold compresses can help decrease the swelling and production. ...Read more
Right breast feels heavy, is swollen and is leaking colostrum 9 dpo. Had baby 5 mo ago, didn't breast feed. Breast problem or pregnancy?
Baby is 5 wks old I'm still producing milk been formula fed since day 1 is it too late to start breast feeding?
Possible: Depending on how motivated u are u can still make an attempt to breast feed. There may be nipple confusion but if u breast feed when the baby is hungry then you may be able to persuade baby. Initially u may even offer expressed milk to make the baby familiar with the new taste of breast milk. Best wld be to discuss this with pediatrician and monitor weight gain to make sure baby is getting enough. ...Read more
1 month after giving birth I completely quit lactating. I'm now 3 months pp and my aerola is leaking a colostrum type substance but NOT my nipple. ??
Common finding: Breast babies can do a little smear every feed or a onsie filler every 7-10 days. Breast milk is a well designed food source compared to formula, where more debris is left over after processing. Bottle babies usually go at least daily if not more often. If it is soft when they go it is considered ok, even if delayed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had baby 12 weeks ago, bottle-fed him from birth. But there is milky white discharge from nipple when I squeeze, is this normal?
I'm 33 weeks pregnant but i'm still breastfeeding. Well I have colostrum fir the new baby or milk?
YES,YES: Probably for both to breast feedGet a more detailed answer ›
After 5 months of breast feeding, i got my period. I'm still breast feeding full time. It this normal? I wasn't sure if breast feeding moms got periods.
How can I produce more milk for exclusive breastfeeding.Breast feels empty.Baby still cries after 2hrs of breastfeeding.
Fluids: Drinking plenty of fluids is the best way of encouraging breastmilk production as well as the baby nursing. The baby is at the breast too long if nursing for 2 hours. Of course your breast feels empty. Perhaps the baby is not crying because of hunger. Have the baby weighed, are the diapers wet, pooping 5-6 times a day, if the answer is yes, nurse no more than 20 min each breast and then console. ...Read more
What are normal estrogen levels while breast feeding? 5 weeks postpartum? 3 months postpartum? 6 months postpartum? (all while full-time breastfeeding
Why: When seeking medical advice it's customary to provide simple details like your gender and age. Also, what is the health situation. ...Read more
My periods haven't started after seven months of c section delivery. my baby isn't exclusively breast feed. is it normal or something to worry about.
Is it normal to still be able to squeeze some milky looking liquid from nipple 13 weeks after giving birth when never breast fed?
Milk 13 Weeks Later: Milk on expression (squeezing the nipple) is normal 13 weeks after giving birth even if you did not breastfeed. Do not continue to squeeze the nipple or you might produce even more milk. If milk begins to drain out of one of both breasts on its own, without expression, then you should see your doctor who will order some blood tests and perform a breast exam. ...Read more
Can i switch from s26 formula milk to similac. My baby is 6 weeks old. Its only been 2 weeks I have given him formula 2 feeds/day plus breast feeding.
Milia: Milia are plugged pores for the newborn. A complexion brush can help. ...Read more
I stopped breast feeding 4 months ago but still produce milk. Could that make ttc harder due to hormones involved with milk production? I do ovulate.
Is there a med. To reduce breast milk for non pregnantive breast milk but im NT pregnant&it's making my breasts heavy&sometimes sore?
Galactorrhea: What do you mean --- you have breast milk md you are not pregnant? Ok! if his is what you mean--- thn this could be serious. See your doctor asap as brain tumor needs to be ruled out. Well! once that is ruled out, then we need to worry about the meds to reduce the milk production. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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