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Boobs Milk Feeding
Yes but be informed: It is very safe but there are some concerns that I have addressed in the video link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fybsihrevec&sns=em in fact it has been shown that women with silicone breast implants produce milk with less silicone than formula fed infants. There are other concerns about capsular contracture and ptosis which are discussed in the video. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It varies: The more nipple stimulation there is the more leakage you will have. Also, some women have small amounts of leakage for months or years after child birth. Using a tight sports bra with breast pads will help compress the ducts and dry you up. We used to routinely give Parlodel (bromocriptine) to stop breast milk production, but a small number of women had complications from this medication. ...Read more
I use to pump, not breast feed, a year ago. I noticed tonight my boobs were sore so i squeezed one and milk came out, but none from the left. Normal?
Galactorrhea: Expression of milk when not lactating post-partum is suggestive of galactorrhea which has many causes (http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/galactorrhea/ds00761) so you need to go see your doctor. We're really concerned for prolactinoma but also need to review your medications and run some simple tests. Be sure to bring in everything you take, even over-the-counter supplements. ...Read more
Yes,but: It is less beneficial to older kids on solid foods. There are many benefits of breast milk and the content is somewhat tailored to the specific age of the infant, changing as s/he ages. After 8 months, when most have moved into some table foods the superiority of bm over formula diminishes.In older kids it is nutritious but unlikely to boost immunity when diluted by other foods. ...Read more
My son is seven week old and lately he pass out some breast milk after feeding. What coulld be the problem.
I'm just 18 years but I have breast lumps, so I want to know in my future will I be able to feed milk to a baby?
Yes: Breast lumps usually do not interfere with nursing. When you have your annual visit with your gynecologist, you should voice your concerns. Your doctor may send you for an ultrasound to determine is the tissue is just lumpy, or if there are cysts or actually lumps in there. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I always feed my baby off the breast that produces less milk and still see it smaller than the other one how can I get both of them the same size?
Breastfeeding: A breast that is not suckled as often will start producing less milk causing it to reduce in size. Does your baby latch on well, seems satisfied after nursing and adequately gaining weight, otherwise? If so, the only problem is cosmetic on your part; you can easily devise means to make the size of the breasts appear the same. ...Read more
Most of the time yes: Infants often normally reflux small amounts of milk after feeding, while burping, with motion or for no reason at all. They then can be hungry again very soon, and you can go ahead and feed them. But if the amount is unusually large or frequent, or their urine is dark, see your doctor asap. ...Read more