domperidone + fenugreek+ breast stimulation. You will need to make daily use of a breast pump to remind your breasts that they have work to do. Your pumping schedule should mimic the feeding schedule of your baby. That is, 10 to 20 minutes on each breast several times a day. With this effort, your milk should come back in no time at all. Thank you for wanting to do the very best for your baby.
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breast feeding is good for a baby because the baby is used to their mommy's skin, it has lived in her stomach of 9 months (may vary) but also it has come out her vagina, and touched her, and for now, is used to their skin. also this milk is at the right tempreture.
Yes. It may take a few days to stimulate the glands, but if the baby is sucking then eventually milk will come out.
Yes, even stage zero breast cancer can come back.
Sounds like breast preference, or you are starting with the same breast every feed. the reason for those kinds of things to happen is because the baby is probably feeding more from the smaller breast. for now, all you can do is stuf the smaller one, or leave them be. there's not point taking medicine or surgery; that could just mess up your body, trust me. when your baby stops breast feeding so constantly, your breasts will come back to normal.
You shouldn't get your period if you are breast-feeding. But if you have decided not to breast-feed, your period should come at about 6-10 weeks later.
id like an anwer to this as well. i stopped breast feeding my daughter 2 years ago yet im still lactating. its not alot just enough that if my nipples are squeezed a few drops come out.
Are you pregnant or are talking about PMS symptoms, breast pains happens with both. Yes it can come and go.
Yes, but it is funny ahaaa.. if you want them to come out i suggest you turn to breast feeding ahaaa
I am sure you and your doctor have explained to him that breast feeding provides superior nutrition for his child and how breast milk also provides other health protection for hischild. Another thing you can talk to him about is all the things breast feeding does for you, his wife. While he will appreciate the protection breast feeding gives you from breast cancer and the mental health boost it will give you, there is another side benefit of breast feeding that will get his attention. What may most motivate him to get behind your decision to breast feed is that you can explain that breast feeding is one of the best ways for a new mother to regain her pre-pregnancy weight. Your husband is probably also concerned that by breast feeding your sex life will take a hiatus. He needs to be reassured that you and he will be as sexually active while you are breast feeding as you would be if you were bottle feeding. It is important that the both of you are working in concert as you raise and care for your child. If he does not support the decision to breast feed for an extended time, go ahead and tell him you do want to try it for just a little while. As he sees how important breast feeding is and how much good it will do for your family as a whole, I'm sure he will come around.
Yes, they can come back.