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Letting My Milk Dry Up After 4 Months Of Breastfeeding
I have been breastfeeding my daughter for 2 yrs, I stopped 4 days ago. don't have engorgement, almost how much time does it take to dry the milk?
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
I stop breastfeeding my daughter at 13 months and they dried up after 6 months or so and she is now 26 months and as of this month my right breast has started back producing milk could that be a sign I'm pregnant again?
I just weaned my LO From breastfeeding, it's been a week and I'm still producing milk.. What can I do to help dry up?
Cold compress: The best way is to do it very gradually, slightly reducing the number or length of feedings over weeks to months. However, if there is a reason you need to stop suddenly and quickly, wear a very tight bra, put cold/ice packs on breasts to reduce blood flow, minimize time spent in warm showers and minimize stimulation of the breasts with minimal touching and massaging. ...Read more
Possible, but: It takes a lot of patience and work to relactate, but it can be done. Even moms who have adopted babies have been successful at breastfeeding, so there is hope. Best to hook yourself up with a certified lactation consultant, read up on galactogogues (foods/drinks that help with lactation), get a pump, rest and fluids. Put baby to breast often and pump frequently otherwise. ...Read more
Besides weaning off breastfeeding slowly so I'm not in pain. What else can help dry up my milk quicker??
Can't have both: if you want to have less pain simply follow the course you're on. Taking medication to dry up the supply is unnecessary and probably NOT less painful ...Read more
Several options: You can start to wean your baby by offering 1-2 bottle feedings a day, gradually increasing the bottle feedings as he weans away from the breast. If you need to stop suddenly, you may have more fullness for a few days, but it will decrease when there is not the stimulation of nursing. If you wish, you can still breast feed in the evening and other times, while giving the bottle when you work. ...Read more
I stoped breastfeeding, still got some milk but wraping my breast to dry it, what are the chances of getting a cancer?
How to dry breast milk I have mastitis and i decided to stop breastfeeding i need something to dry breast milk
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