Currently breast feeding will my breasts remain ugly and deflated looking once I chose to stop breastfeeding?

Yes. this ia a small price you would pay for the breast feeding. You get all the benefits of breast feeding including: healthier, smarter, less infections, less risk of cancer, better weight loss for you if you want to get rid of the baby weight. .

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I am manning to breast feed for 6 months, how do I stop after breast feeding?

Weaning. The la leche league can give you specific instructions as to how to wean your child from breast feeding. Read more...
Three basic plans. Cold turkey: bind yourself & send baby to others to bottle feed until they will for you.(painful & frustrating for both but some do ok.) gradual: drop a feeding every day or two, using bottle instead. At some point body drops supply & you can accelerate coming off. (less pain) some also use baby to soften a tense breast but follow with a bottle.This tells the breast to slow production. Read more...

My 2 month old baby has suddenly stop taking breastfeeding. But he is having formula. Whenever I try to give him breast feed he starts crying.?

Don't worry. Make sure your nipples are clean and healthy. Besure not to leave soap residue, sometimes baby tastes something in your milk and is turned off. Try pumping and putting it in a bottle to see if he will take your milk that way. Check to make sure you are not eating things that change the taste of your milk, ie spicy foods, . Read more...
Keep trying. To have the formula from a bottle is easier for a baby because of the nipple opening is wider. It's much harder for them to get a milk from the breast. Keep on trying to breastfeed prior to the supplement infant with a formula. Be patient. Read more...

I just had my baby a month ago, and I'm breastfeeding. Can I still breast feed after taking Plan B one-step?

Progestin only pill. The progestin only pills (such as plan b) are considered to be the safest while breast feeding From the in package information for plan b: "no adverse effects of progestin-only pills have been found on breastfeeding performance or on the health, growth, or development of the infant. However, isolated post-marketing cases of decreased milk production have been reported" Read more...

What goodness comes from breast feeding? What are the specific benefits of breastfeeding for both the mom and baby?

Breastfeeding . Breastfeeding has numerous benefits for mother and baby that are very well proven. For mom, it promotes weight loss(burns up to 600 calories per day), bonding, is much cheaper and more convenient than formula(free and no bottle cleanup). For babies, breast feeding reduces the rate of infections(ear infections, colds, etc), reduces the chance of obesity and diabetes later in life, just to name a few. I say all that to encourage you and others to breast feed. As for how long, the aap(american academy of pediatrics) recommends at least 1 year of breast feeding. However, if that isn't possible due to social factors(work schedule, difficulty with supply, etc.), then the longer the better...6 months is better than 3 months, 3 months is better than 1 month. However, aiming for a year is a good goal...Not coincidentally, that is the time we recommend changing over from formula to 2% or whole milk anyway. One note, if you exclusively breastfeed, you should talk to your doctor about vitamin d supplementation for yourself and the baby. Read more...
food design/wt loss. Mothers milk has both nutrient balance qualities & immune factors that have never been reproduced even after 5 decades of formula research & testing.Your baby will never be allergic to it, it is readily available, baby extracts the nutrients efficiently &breast feeding can help you loose baby weight ( you just eat correctly for your pre-pregnancy weight). Read more...
Many for both. Breastfeeding has a multitude of benefits for both baby and mother. Breast milk is the perfect food for babies, the american academy of pediatrics recommends breastfeeding for at least the first year. Breastfeeding reduces infections, obesity, myopia, raises iq, and babes accept new foods better. Moms lose wgt. Faster, reduce breast cancer risk, save both time (no bottle prep) and $ on formula. Read more...