Happy Mothers Breastfed Babies

Activity Stream

Sort By Time Show
Recent Recent Popular Popular Anytime Anytime Last 7 Days Last 7 Days Last 30 Days Last 30 Days All All Photos Photos Forum Forums
Filter by: Popular Forums Clear All
  • @llli*nivilovely's Avatar
    July 27th, 2017, 06:10 PM
    My baby is 5 days old. He has never nursed more than 10 minutes on average on either breasts. He is so sleepy and I have to wake him up to nurse. My milk came in on day 3 and I heard him swallow the milk. He got so many poop diapers tha day. But today on day 5. I don't feel full. When I offered him one breast he just nursed for 5 minutes and heard him swallow and he is asleep and not interested in nursing. I am so worried that I am not feeling full anymore and he is not interested for much time. I have seen my friends babies who nurses for 45 mins and wakes up to nurse. Why is my baby doesn't wake up to nurse even at 5 days old. I am very curious and worried, and he has not gained any. I feel like I am making a mistake . And I am not sure what it is. I am worried so much that even this time I have failed in breastfeeding . Pls help
    31 replies | 1656 view(s)
  • @llli*bunnyears's Avatar
    August 21st, 2017, 04:25 AM
    Background: Mother to two children. With this one, we've had latching issues from the start. At the hospital they recommended we bottle feed her. She was bottle fed from Day 2. At the beginning the pain was too intense from me. They suspected she might have lip tie, but no-one could confirm it. I contacted a local LLL leader but she wanted me to pay her to talk more (she is a ICLBC also) and I didn't know where to turn so I read a lot online, and also asked my MD for prescriptions. My baby is now no longer willing to take the bottle (any bottle) so I am having to EBF her. It feels hard as my milk supply is low. The doctor gave me a prescription of APNO although she should have told me that it has cortisone and I would have used it less. But I can now put her back on my breast, especially stressful as she won't take a bottle. Strategy: Domperidone 3-4 x 2 tablets, Fenugreek, Blessed Thistle, Mothers Milk, pumping after BF RISK:
    15 replies | 259 view(s)
  • @llli*goli79's Avatar
    August 12th, 2017, 03:08 PM
    I feel like I got hit by a Mack truck. Fever, headache, chills fatigue. I don't imagine i caught the flu - have not left the house much and haven't been around sick people. No one else is sick. I'm 5 weeks postpartum. I have a large milk storage capacity (like 15 ounces per side) and have a bad oversupply issue. That said, my breasts feel fine. My nipples are sore but they were this way with my first. My doctor said to take the antibiotics anyway, which I will. But I'm really confused as to why I'd have mastitis with no breast symptoms. Is this something that can happen? Infection with no breast pain/ hard or red/sore areas that are obvious?
    10 replies | 473 view(s)
  • @llli*claski's Avatar
    July 30th, 2017, 10:56 AM
    My daughter is now 6 months old and I'm breastfeeding her and also tandem nursing my 3 year old son. I recently separated with their father because of his infidelity in our relationship and I could no longer take being cheated on :( however, he still wants to be with the children and I'd love for him to be able to take them overnight. My son has gone a few days on multiple occasions without breastfeeding and has been fine, so I'm not worried about him, but my daughter has refused bottles since she was about 6 weeks old. I try giving her formula 2-3 times a day but she never drinks more than half an ounce. She's a smaller baby, only 12-13 pounds at 6 months and my doctor wants me to supplement with formula. She's been getting solid foods since she was 4 months and loves to eat them! I'm scared to leave her overnight as she still wakes up 2-3 times to nurse. I co-sleep with both my children as their father was never around and it helped me to feel safer knowing they were both right next to me. My big concern is that my mother wants to take me on a trip to Florida (I live in Colorado) for a week in September with my aunties and cousins for a girls week. I so desperately need this vacation, but I'm terrified of how my daughter will react to me being gone or that I will somehow cause irreversible issues in her life if I just up and leave her so I need to get us both prepared for the time apart and I don't know what to do. I didn't leave my son for more than a few hours until he...
    6 replies | 799 view(s)
  • @llli*sshields8401's Avatar
    August 10th, 2017, 09:02 PM
    My daughter is 11 weeks old and has been EBF since birth. Her stool consistently contains mucus. She has some yellow diapers but many are shades of green or brown. I asked my pediatrician about the mucus at DD 2 week appointment and she assured me that mucus isn't necessarily a concern in an otherwise healthy baby. In the last two weeks my baby has had three diapers with small -- but visible -- streaks of blood. The pediatrician has now suggested I try a dairy and soy-free diet. My consumption of both has been pretty limited already, so I'm concerned that MSPI may not be the cause of blood/mucus in stool, though I am trying the diet anyway. Besides MSPI, what are other causes of mucus and blood in stool? Is it possible that other things I've been eating (peanut butter, wheat, etc.) could be responsible? Some other information that may or may not be relevant: -baby spits up very frequently and has occasional projectile vomit, though she does not appear to be upset by either
    7 replies | 452 view(s)
  • @llli*nivilovely's Avatar
    July 26th, 2017, 08:24 AM
    Please I need some reassurance. My baby boy was born on July 23rd via c section. He was 8 pounds 13 oz birth weight. Today July 26. He weighs 7 pounds 14 ounces. More than 10% weight loss. Which made pediatric nurse concerned for the baby and asked me to supplement formula twice a day. My milk came in on 25 the evening which the lactation consultant confirmed. She checked and saw me nursing the baby. About the baby. He was the really really sleepy the first day. He had lots of pee diapers and 4 meconium diapers on day1. After that he did not poop the 2nd day but I have been put him on breast every two hours. Today morning he pooped it was green. And he had one more poop after few hours it was green. Baby seems content after every feeding. What mistake is going on why doesn't he gain weight instead of losing so much. I know c section babies sleep a lot. But today he is a lot better and eating well. I said I will not supplement formula because I know my milk is there. I can hear him suckle and swallow. I had too much amniotic fluid. Is that a reason that he had too many meconium stools and fluid in his body which he lost in three days? Please help
    7 replies | 445 view(s)
  • @llli*mamanoon's Avatar
    August 17th, 2017, 01:09 AM
    Hello fellow pampers! I'm a first time mum and new to forums so pls bear with me. I have a 13.5 week old daughter, who was born 8 weeks early. From v.early on she would latch on but not suck, even though we knew she could suck v.well. She'd then bob on and off for ages and that went on for three weeks in the hospital. We finally tried nipple shields, she fed like a dream instantly and we were discharged. I didn't know at the time but my oversupply and fast let down were the cause of the problems. After a couple of weeks on shields my supply dried up (I'm still traumatised from the midwife telling me all was well and it was fine that she was nursing for hours, never seemed satisfied and wanted holding constantly - now I know she was just plain hungry I am so scared that I could miss this again. It was only me going to a breastfeeding drop in that sorted it). At the drop in the support worker helped me latch her on and she fed perfectly. After 30 mins she was milk drunk and happy. This went on for a couple days but then I started to feel pain when feeding, but stupidly I perservered. Turns out my supply had picked right back up and she was clamping to deal with it. I ended up so damaged I couldn't nurse and when I tried to pump it was pure blood. I had a freezer full of milk from pumping whilst she was in hospital so I had to introduce a bottle. Once healed I tried her at the breast again, but always got a squashed nipple and white ridge and that would end up...
    9 replies | 206 view(s)
  • @llli*tatianak's Avatar
    August 3rd, 2017, 08:39 PM
    Please help! My son is almost 3 months. Did not have a problem until now. I don't feel let down and enforgement anymore, it just stopped. My baby also is losing weight so obviously my milk supply dropped. When I pump I can hardly do 2 ounces, it could be 6 before. I don't know what to do. What is the reason of such a sudden drop?
    7 replies | 490 view(s)
  • @llli*mama7008's Avatar
    August 5th, 2017, 08:56 PM
    My son is 3 months old, and he's been sleeping a 4-6 hour stretch since he was a newborn (which was shocking for me - my daughter woke every 1-2 hours until she weaned). The past week he's been stretching that out to a 7-8 hr stretch, and now I have mastitis on one side and tonight I'm painfully engorged on the other (just pumped to relieve the pressure). I'm afraid of ending up with mastitis in both breasts. I have always suspected I have oversupply (and overactive letdown); maybe a very large storage capacity - we already only nurse one side at each feeding because that's all he needs (and he refuses to nurse when he doesn't feel like it - screams his head off if I even offer), but this of course means lately one side will go without any draining for almost 12 hours overnight. He does nurse every 1.5-2 hrs during the day, and his weight gain is VERY good; up to probably close to 18lbs now with birth weight of 8lbs 11 oz. He sleeps the first stretch at night on his own bed in our room, then comes into bed with me for the rest of the night. He's swaddled from the waist down during that first stretch, as he's a thumb sucker (recent discovery, and I think part of why he's stretching out his nighttime feedings). I'm just not sure if there's any way to deal with this so I'm not going to get engorged/plugged ducts/mastitis regularly?
    6 replies | 468 view(s)
  • @llli*deesmom's Avatar
    July 30th, 2017, 07:06 AM
    Hello, I would love some advice. My baby is 7 weeks old. It took a while for her posterior tongue tie to be recognized and her lip tie to be recognized. For the first 4 weeks she was mostly EBF (got a little formula the first week of life due to jaundice - that's a whole other story). At week four she was diagnosed by my new IBCLC and referred to dentist, BUT at that time I had already had deep fissures in both nipples and a lot of pain so I turned to the pump to keep my supply up. My supply is not super plentiful. I make about 3-4 ounces every 3 hours. My baby eats about 3-3.5 oz from the bottle. At about 5.5 weeks we were able to get them both fixed (lip and tongue tie) and I started putting her to the breast and again it hurt and my nipples continued to come out of her mouth compressed and painful. My IBCLC gave me nipple shields and instructed me to offer the breast with the shield and then bottle feed the rest. My baby hates the shield. When she does latch with it she crinkles it at the sides and sucks on the nipple, she barely gets anything out so that wasn't really working. I have put her to the breast sporadically which she somewhat likes better. I should say she likes it only with a shallow latch. She screams if I try to get a deep latch like she doesn't like the breast at the back of the mouth, however when you put a finger back there however her gag does not seem sensitive at all. Also my nipples continue to come out compressed and painful because she...
    5 replies | 530 view(s)
  • @llli*alis5678's Avatar
    July 31st, 2017, 12:00 PM
    Greetings. This is my first post on this board so apologies if it is a)lengthy or b)in the wrong Forum My daughter is 4 months old and has been breastfed since birth. She gets the occasional bottle of pumped milk (especially in the first few months when I needed some sleep) but I have been off work for the summer and we have gotten on a good schedule so now she only gets a bottle about once a week if at all. Once she was a little less than 3 months old in a desperate need for sleep and sanity I began putting her in the bed with me and nursing her to sleep. (Did my best to make as safe as possible with no mattress pads, extra pillows, sheet only etc..) This was a lifesaver for me because I was doing all the night feedings since my husband works a dangerous job and I want him to get his rest. I noticed that her and I were both getting more sleep as well. She sleeps much longer next to me than in her bassinet or crib. Well fast forward and now she is 4 months old. We just had our 4 month well child and the doctor seemed a little surprised at her weight and mentioned that we could put her in bed and turn off the baby monitor :mad: . I brought up to him that we co-slept and he basically encouraged us to get baby out of the bed which I know my husband has been thinking anyways. I want to do what is fair to my husband and am trying my hardest to get her to sleep in her crib. I assume that the first step would be naps in there, but she now cries instantly when we set her...
    5 replies | 419 view(s)
  • @llli*hidanya's Avatar
    August 9th, 2017, 10:07 AM
    Hi, I have had a wonderful breastfeeding journey with my 19 month old daughter until recently. Lately, I find myself wanting to set some limits and boundaries about how long and often she nurses at night, because I'm sore from her strong toddler latch and frankly, tired! She sleeps in my room, and sometimes in my bed (not my preference, but I give in when she's teething/sick). She usually wakes 1-2 times a night to nurse. 1 is fine with me as long as it's not a long nursing session, 2 starts to get on my nerves. If I don't let her nurse however often and long as she wants, she will scream for at least an hour until I eventually give in. Having Daddy take her, offering snugges, water, a stuffy, counting down, etc... nothing else helps. She physically pushes herself away from me into a seated position, resisting my offer to cuddle her, unless I give her access. She gets so frantic when I don't give in, it's both heartbreaking and really annoying in my sleep-deprived state. We've started talking about it before bed and when she wakes in the morning... that hasn't helped yet, but I will continue to tell her that it hurts me (if I cry, say "bo bo" (it hurts), or make a face when she nurses, it doesn't stop her) when she latches on so hard and stays on longer than I want. My parenting philosophy is definitely gentle/attachment, but I'm finding it hard to be gentle with her when she is so rough with me. I have been thinking about weaning or night weaning, but I feel in my...
    4 replies | 492 view(s)
  • @llli*jing2teach's Avatar
    August 10th, 2017, 05:13 PM
    Hi I'm a FTM and new here. I have a six-week-old baby girl who still struggles at poor latching. According to the lactation consultant, she has a comparebly small mouth while I have long nipples. So it's frustrating every time I need to shove my nipple into her mouth. I never succeed to push all of the lower part of areola into her mouth.
    5 replies | 429 view(s)
  • @llli*cherrr's Avatar
    July 28th, 2017, 02:30 AM
    Hi everyone, Need advice. I have a 4 month old baby and I'm exclusively pumping because my baby refuses to nurse. On a good day, I can get him to nurse once. My breastmilk have significantly dropped in the last two months. I was able to pump at least 3 oz a session and now I can barely pump and ounce and I am renting a hospital grade pump (medela symphony). I was able to feed him mostly breastmilk for at least two months. He's now eating about 4-6 oz of formula each feeding and now it takes me a day two pump 2 oz. ;( I have tried fenugreek, doesn't work for me. Fenugreek made him really gassy as well. I have power pumped every two hours for three straight days. I keep myself hydrated. I eat healthy. I exercise daily. I know that getting your period temporarily drops your supply but when I first had mine post partum last month, it didn't make a difference with my supply. I really don't know why my milk supply has dropped. I don't want to give up breastfeeding him and feeding him my breastmilk. And I feel like I have exhausted all my resources. Please tell me there is hope... Please help! I appreciate all your input. Sorry, my post was long.
    3 replies | 625 view(s)
  • @llli*agnesd's Avatar
    August 21st, 2017, 03:04 PM
    Hi. I am a Japanese FTM living in Japan. My daughter, 20months, has not nursed for 4 days now. It started this thursday, a slightly funny, distracted day where dd did not really concentrate during any session during the day. Given that (plus the fact that on wednesday night she had a sudden fever and whenever she does she nurses like crazy if in the daytime and have looooong-co sleep -sessions all night at night) by evening my boobs were pretty hard( I am a very sloppy hand pumper and never have plugs due to wide ducts thus I rarely try to pump out of that) and I really wanted/needed her to suck it out, and she finally did! I was releived, happy, wonderfully tender-breasted, and at that point not realising at ALL that was going to be the last real session. That night, she did not latch on(I usually nurse her to sleep). She was upset and screamed throught the night. She kept shouting " Hold me!" "Nurse me!" and "Lie me to down!" ( in her own words) repeatedly, I attempted those three things over and over but she never latched on. Or go to sleep except like for a couple of minutes due to pure fatigue... Friday morning I had to BUY a pump - for the first time in my BF life at 20 MONTHS! my breasts were so hard I could not possibly hand pump. Plus dd requested endless " hold me"s so it was bad combination agony with my breast condition.That and she continued to strike( or what ever it is) that whole day. Saturday and Sunday, and today basically the same. I am shocked, sad,...
    6 replies | 187 view(s)
  • @llli*honeybird's Avatar
    July 25th, 2017, 11:38 AM
    Hi all, I was wondering if I could draw from your collective wisdom about this issue. I am nursing a 2.5 y.o. and am in week 28 of my pregnancy (rainbow baby after a miscarriage at 9 weeks). The toddler nurses to sleep for naptime and bedtime. In the past few days, I experienced've BH contractions when I nurse. They feel intense and happen every 10 minutes or so. Last night I experienced 3 strong ones. I have read about this online and found different answers (a. that it doesn't matter, b. stop nursing, c. stop nursing only if I have four contractions in an hour).
    5 replies | 365 view(s)
  • @llli*robinc308's Avatar
    July 25th, 2017, 12:50 PM
    My firstborn has a life-threatening allergy to dairy. He wasn't formally diagnosed until he had an anaphylactic reaction to some butter on toast when he was 7 months old, but while breastfeeding him, I had suspected a problem very early on, and had cut milk out of my diet from when he was about 3 or 4 months old, until around 6 months, when he seemed to tolerate milk in my diet again. It kills me to think what I put my son through in those first few months: he was miserable and I *knew* something wasn't right, and yet everyone kept telling me that it was normal and some babies are just fussy. Well, I'm pregnant again, and due soon. I really want to breastfeed this new baby too, but I'm terrified that she will have allergies too. I know statistically her odds are higher, since she has a sibling with allergies, but I am at a loss as to what I can do to prepare. I hate the thought that I might cause her discomfort and pain because of something I eat. My son's allergist told me that early and frequent exposure is the best chance I can give her to avoid developing allergies, and suggested I give her one bottle of cows-milk based formula a day to give her the best chance of not developing an allergy, and either way, making sure that cows milk is part of my own diet, but I consumed a ton of diary with my son, and he's still allergic. Does anyone have any thoughts or experience on how I can approach feeding this new baby to both give us the best chance of successfully...
    5 replies | 334 view(s)
  • @llli*butterfingers's Avatar
    August 20th, 2017, 10:25 AM
    Hi all, I am ready to night wean my 25 month old. She sleeps in a cot in her own room and I would like to take the sides off soon, I don't know whether to night wean at the same time as moving her to a bed or night wean first or what, happy for suggestions here! I do not wish to co sleep although this does happen occasionally at present. There is not enough room for a toddler bed in our room. In any case she sleeps fine in her own room and I am happy with the current arrangements. She is feeding usually once or twice in the night but occasionally more. She generally returns to sleep after a feed. Now. I have read methods of night weaning but they seem to involve reducing and or stopping feeding to sleep. The removal of nipple prior to becoming drowsy / falling asleep and that is fine. Except my daughter does not feed to sleep or even to being drowsy any more. She is always fully awake when I lay her in her cot and happily puts herself to sleep with no complaints. Same during the night except she may possibly be more sleepy but definitely still awake. So, how do I night wean?! I have thought of a gro clock type thing?? She is very averse to my OH at night and only wants me plus he would not have the patience to deal with her so I may have to do this alone! I do not want her to become distressed and would not be happy to leave her to cry. Any thoughts most welcome and appreciated.
    5 replies | 179 view(s)
  • @llli*galbanolli's Avatar
    August 13th, 2017, 10:46 AM
    My 5 month old isn't gaining much weight and my doctor asked to supplement but she refuses to take the bottle. I really want to make this work but am worried about her weight gain. She was gaining very well until she turned 3 months. She suddenly stopped eating much and cries and pulls away from my breasts even though she is hungry. I was wondering if anyone with experience with their baby and lip tie can tell me if she looks like she might have it? I don't know how to insert a picture though
    5 replies | 269 view(s)
  • @llli*mr77's Avatar
    July 27th, 2017, 10:06 AM
    We went on vacation for 2 weeks and BF the entire time, no bottles. Now my 14 month old daughter has been refusing bottles at daycare ever since we came back. She goes to daycare 3 days a week, is with grandma 1 day a week, and I work from home 1 day a week (and she's with me on weekends.) She still nurses throughout the night. She is a reverse cycle-er I think. Any recommendations on getting her to drink breast milk during the day or is this a lost cause now? Normally she was having 2 bottles, each around 4 ounces. I am still sending those in but they keep getting dumped. Do I still pump at work? I pump at 10a and 2p. She nurses on a 'good sleeping night' only once over night at 2 am... but lately it is every 2 and 3 hours. We also just moved this week.
    1 replies | 596 view(s)
  • @llli*jollycat's Avatar
    August 10th, 2017, 05:49 AM
    My almost 4-week old has been sleeping from approx. 11pm to 4am the last few nights. Will this hurt my milk supply? Should I pump at night (ugh!)? So far I've had no supply problems, with Baby gaining an average of 2 ounces per day as of last weighing at two weeks old. But does 4 weeks seem early to have my supply be able to handle this nighttime stretch? I should add, when he was gaining so well he was nursing all the time including at night. He gets weighed again next week. Thank you!!
    3 replies | 368 view(s)
  • @llli*itsindus's Avatar
    July 30th, 2017, 12:00 PM
    I am trying to re-latch my 2 month old boy. Right now, I am pumping and feeding him via bottle and my breasts have enough milk and flow is very good. (like dripping) I had a lactation consultant visit at 1st month, and she suggested with skin-to-skin, instant reward and nipple shield etc. This worked perfect for 15 days, and then I had to get my breast checked for masitits (breast lumps and needle pain) and he had to go on bottle. I am sobbing and worried if my body is so bitter for him :( Now at 2 month 1 week old, he does not latch again, I am using a feeding pillow for help with feeding 1) when I try to put him in feeding position (lap or football), he cries and understands he is going to get breastfeed. 2) when I offer him nipple, he tastes/touches the nipple with tongue and refuses it. He does the same thing with nipple shield, I tried with multiple shields.
    3 replies | 358 view(s)
  • @llli*alhc's Avatar
    August 5th, 2017, 06:53 PM
    Baby girl is 5 months old. Breastfed and supplemented with anywhere from 6-12 oz formula per day. My supply dwindled starting month 2 due to tongue tie/ineffective removal and has never bounced back (tie revised at 3 months). I'm on 100mg domperidone/day. I pump once a day after she goes to sleep and sometimes one other time during the day, but I nurse a LOT. Like probably every 45min/1 hour. And practically all night long (I don't supplement during the night). I think she gets most of her breastmilk at night. She drinks long and steadily and has two heavy diapers per night. Totally don't mind the night nursing; I'm sure it's saved us. I'm not going back to work thankfully. But even as recently as 3 weeks ago she was only getting 4-6 oz formula per day, which I would honestly be totally fine with if that's what I could settle on. But now it's more like 10-12 oz per day. We've fluctuated like this before and I don't know what to attribute it to. Her nursing sessions during the day have been super short, like 2 min per side. She's distracted to boot. Is there any hope to get my supply up? I know I should pump more, but I don't know where I would fit it in. I still hold her for naps (they're just 40 min anyway) so can't pump then. I think she gets frustrated with my slow flow, and I think my letdown (which I've never felt) takes a while, if I even have one. I feel like she eats better when my breast are fuller and it comes quicker. Is that false thinking? Should I try a Rx...
    4 replies | 239 view(s)
  • @llli*lpetix's Avatar
    August 11th, 2017, 07:40 PM
    I am flying to visit some family at the end of the month, and while I'm there, I'll have one day (about 12 hours) away from baby. I will be flying there on a Thursday afternoon, and the day I will be away from her is Saturday. I don't think I'll be able to pump enough while I'm there between Thursday and Saturday to have enough bottles for her for the day, and I want to avoid formula if possible. I have a decent freezer stash of BM right now, but I know once it thaws, it has to be consumed within 24 hours. So if I brought it on Thursday, it would have to be consumed by Friday- which wouldn't work. Is it possible to keep it frozen while traveling? Any tips? Here's some information: Baby will be 8 weeks when we travel The flight itself is an hour and 15 minutes; we live about 30 minutes from airport and we plan to arrive there about 2 hours earlier; the airport where we arrive is about 30 minutes from my family's house where I can put it back in a proper freezer.
    3 replies | 329 view(s)
  • @llli*jenna95rae's Avatar
    July 30th, 2017, 06:28 PM
    So my son was born with HLHS and we've been in the hospital with him for two months now. I didn't pump enough so I never had a full supply and now I just can't muster up the energy or effort to do it anymore. We should be going home in a few days now, and I'm thinking about stopping until we get back into the swing of things I'm worried about my milk drying up, and because of his condition I can't breastfeed. Can I bring my milk back with just my medela pump-and-go advanced and herbs and such? I want to provide for my little heart warrior, but at the moment I just dread pumping and would like to take a break.
    1 replies | 522 view(s)
  • @llli*ogomez0728's Avatar
    August 13th, 2017, 07:48 PM
    @llli*ogomez0728 started a thread Shelf life in Weaning
    To help wean I've been mixing cow's milk with my milk. What is the shelf life when the two are mixed?
    3 replies | 309 view(s)
  • @llli*bunnyears's Avatar
    August 22nd, 2017, 07:56 AM
    I have an old Freestyle my friend gave me and I recently rented a Symphony (Medela) However whichever machine I use, after pumping, my nipples and areola are soft, huge and look bloated. The right side also hurts a little. I've tried the different shields. The 24 seems to fit my nipple size better but still pulls a large part of the areola. It also "just" touches the shield in some parts. The 27 is larger, and of course also pulls large part of areola but at least seems to get milk out. yesterday I tried stopping pumping but baby was still not satisfied, plus I am worried about milk supply. Is there a risk to pumping at all? Thanks.
    5 replies | 107 view(s)
More Activity