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  • @llli*butterfingers's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 04:07 AM
    Hi, new here. Finding this forum immensely helpful and hoping for some advice please. My dd is one month old and ebf. Feeding has always been painful / uncomfortable for me in varying degrees. I have had a dozen or so almost pain free feeds in total which I'm hopeful means that whatever is causing my discomfort can be solved! A few days in to feeding I developed cracked and bleeding nipples on both sides but they healed around 1 week or so. We began to get slightly less painful feeds and I thought things would improve but around 2-3 weeks I developed what I think may be vasospasm on one side particularly but now affecting the other to a lesser extent. My left nipple comes out with a slight crease down the centre and a white or purple tip. Cold does NOT seem to make any difference to pain however and I do not suffer any symptoms of Raynauds. My right nipple is more of a slight lipstick shape and also bruised looking and /or white. Both are painful during initial latch, to varying degrees during the whole feed and in between feedings. I am also still getting uncomfortably full at times. Dd has gained weight well and has lots of wet and dirty nappies, I am not at all concerned about her ability to transfer milk effectively and this is what motivates me to continue through the pain. Her latest gain was 19oz in 10 days and she was 3lb above her lowest weight at 4 weeks of age. She is content between feeds and sleeps well, she is now feeding approx 2-3 hourly in the...
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  • @llli*azjen's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 02:11 PM
    My son is 12 days old. Breastfeeding has gone fine on his end from the beginning - he has been eating well, filling up diapers like a champ and gaining a ton of weight (he was 7 lbs 12 oz at birth, 8 lbs 5 oz today). Because he was eating so well, a few times at the beginning I let him get away with a shallow latch just to pacify him and I am still paying the price for it. My nipples are so incredibly sore and painful, with cracks and scabs that just get worse again every time he eats. His initial latch is toe-curlingly painful (especially on the right side), but once he gets going it feels fine. I have tried lanolin, letting BM dry on the nipples, and have been using the Lansinoh Soothie gel pads the last couple of days. They do seem to be somewhat getting better, but I think I just need reassurance that this is not going to be forever. I can't help but keep thinking of how much easier and less painful life would be if I were feeding him formula instead. Breastfeeding is really important to me so I don't want to feed him formula, but it's just one of those "grass is greener" thoughts. I'm a second time mom but my journey with my first son was completely different - he was born at 31 weeks and spent 5 weeks in the NICU, so he started off bottle-fed BM while I pumped, and it was a much different experience than having a full-size newborn attached to me around the clock. Really, really hard also, but in a different way. I guess I'm just looking for some reassurance...
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  • @llli*bookworm-mom's Avatar
    August 26th, 2015, 06:57 AM
    Okay, so my baby is two weeks old. When he was born I wasn't allowed (yes, "allowed") to breastfeed him because he was immediately placed into constant care. I had been diagnosed with a bacteria: streptococcus hemolytic beta, which I was treated for upon arrival to the hospital with penicillin. But he had been placed in an incubator because my water had been broken for 23 hours before I was able to deliver him, leaving the posibility of him being infected with the bacteria. Hence the isolation of the incubator, and he was placed on preventive anti-biotics. When I asked the medical staff if they had a breast pump I could use, they told me I had to buy one (in Puerto Rico the hospitals do not provide breast pumps because it's "unsanitary" - the exact words of one of the hospital staff members when I asked if they had a pump I could rent). I was very upset, mainly because my husband and I didn't have enough money for a medical grade electric pump. Nevertheless, I sent him with my mother to buy a Lansinoh manual breast pump. he washed and sterilized it, and brought it to me the very next day. In the mean time, I was forced to allow the hospital to feed the baby formula for fear of his sugar becoming low due to how long I was taking to get my milk to him. Of course things didn't get better. I tried pumping that very evening (a full 24 hours after I gave birth), but I only managed to get colostrum (and a small amount) from one of my breasts. But the damn nurses kept...
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  • @llli*ellieselephants's Avatar
    August 30th, 2015, 09:08 PM
    Our baby girl has been doing pretty well with breastfeeding so far. She was born late thursday night. Friday morning she had a big poop and Friday evening she had her first big wet pee. Yesterday, she had 2 pee diapers and 1 or 2 poops. Today she has had at least 4 poopie diapers but I don't know if she's peed at all! I don't know if we maybe missed it with all the poop. But I am starting to worry. Other than that she is eating well. She has a good latch and I feed her about 40-50 mins every 3 hours. She's not fussy & seems very calm. When she's alert she seems great too. Thoughts?
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  • @llli*marleenyowakim's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 06:03 PM
    I'm hoping I can receive additional help here. I started off with a great milk supply. Towards the end of the first month, I started to go out more - which meant I didn't feed as much, especially since my LO slept just fine in his car seat/stroller. Ultimately I think that's what initiated the decrease in supply. 5 weeks PP, I was diagnosed with mastitis and was antibiotics for 10 days. My milk supply decreased after. I visited a lactation consultant to gauge my supply - my LO was only getting 2 ounces. She recommended several things, including pumping after every feeding, fenugreek + blessed thistle, massaging breasts while feeding. I noticed my supply began to increase. I wasn't pumping after every nursing, but I was pumping once in the morning with a yield of 1.5 to 2.5 ounces - usually averaging 2 ounces. Within the past 3 weeks, I've gotten mastitis again followed with a bout of plugged ducts - which has caused my supply to decrease again. My body also seems to have become immune to the fenugreek because I don't smell the maple syrup odor I should. I visited the hospital, but saw a different LC. She said my LO was losing interest too quickly at the breast, and she thinks it's caused by my milk flow. After months of trying to avoid formula supplementation, she recommended I begin supplementation because my LO is underweight. He will be 12 weeks Saturday and is only 9.4 lbs. She also recommended pumping after every feeding, every 2-3 hours in the evenings -...
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  • @llli*redbear45's Avatar
    August 26th, 2015, 03:02 PM
    Hi. My lo is almost 7 months and exclusively breastfed, and goes to a sitter 3x a week. She gets two 6-oz bottles on those days, and I pump around the same time as her bottles. But in the past week or so, my afternoon pump has dropped off a cliff. I'm now lucky to get 3 ounces in 10 minutes of pumping. My first pumping session gets me about 10-11 ounces, so overall I am still getting more than she takes in her bottles. But this second pump mystifies me. Should I be giving her a smaller bottle for that feeding? Does this mean she takes less from me at that feeding on the 4 days per week that I am only nursing and not pumping? :shrug We're still very new to solids, doing oatmeal in the mornings at home and trying out some veggies and fruits at night. She gets about 2 tablespoons in the morning and up to 4 at night, so it's not like it's that much. I would just love some insight here! Should I add another pump? Thanks for any wisdom you all can provide!
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  • @llli*noah.smama's Avatar
    August 26th, 2015, 06:32 PM
    Hi All, this is my first time posting here, I just signed up. I am so worried about my milk supply. I went back to work two weeks ago and I cannot pump at work. I am so worried that no being able to pump for 8 hours will decrease my milk supply. My LO just turned 3 months yesterday.What can i do to keep my milk supply if not i am not pumping. I am working a part time, 20 hours,2 days of 8 hours and one day of 4 hours. Please help me.
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  • @llli*yorkshiregirl76's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 AM
    Hi, I'm a little confused & hope someone can help. My baby is 11wks old tomorrow & sleeps through the night from 9.30 till between 5.30 & 7ish. Our day starts with a REALLY good feed & it seems like I have plenty of milk for her, she will then continue to feed roughly EVERY HOUR until about 11 (cluster feeding I suppose but the feeds take ages so don't get much of a break in between). She will then have a nap for maybe an hour & a half to two hours & then repeat the same feeding as the morning. As she is feeding so often & I have to pump after feeds, it's like when she does feed, there just isn't enough milk re made to fill her so she is always hungry not long after feeding & cries for more. She has a last feed about 8.30 to 9.30 & then settles for bed. I then pump 4 hours after her last feed to keep my supply & as she hasn't fed for so long I will double pump for 20mins instead of the usual 10. I then finally get to bed at about 1am to then start it all again. When I pump at midnight (4 hours after her last feed), I can now pump 4oz between both boobs (usually 2oz each side). This has improved from the 2oz using a single pump. What I want to know is, if I can pump 4oz at midnight then I presume she is getting that, or more, when she wakes up, but how long does it take to then make the 4oz again?
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  • @llli*tima23's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:20 AM
    Hi ladies. I'm new to this site and FTM. I don't have any family or friends close to me to ask questions to. Hoping this site will help! I come in here all the time and just now decided to join. My DS just turned 1! I breastfeed because it's what's natural to me. I'm originally from morocco and I've been around that all my childhood. So now I'm still breastfeeding. My LO took to it from day 1 ( I breastfed him right after he was born.) anyways. We just went to his one year check and the doctor said that I shouldn't be night feeding him. ( we bed share and he wakes several times at night to eat but mostly for comfort) she made me feel so bad like I was raising an obese child or his teeth are going to fall off. ( she said it's horrible for his teeth) just so you guys know, he eats solids as well during the day ( not a lot but we try 3 meals plus snacks. And I breastfeed) i also nurse him to sleep. It's the only way that works for us. I tried to not feed him back to sleep like she said but that was horrible and he ended up waking up for a few hours! Never doing that again! I love feeding my child when he needs it. Especially for comfort. She also said that my child isn't getting any nutrition from my milk now that he is one. I'm scared because he loves to breastfeed more than regular milk. Am I hurting my child? Also he isn't over the weight limit( 28 pounds). He is tall at 31 inches. So still 79 percentile for weight) Thanks everyone! Sorry this is so lame by!
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  • @llli*sarah.louise's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 01:46 AM
    My daughter is now 5 months old. Background: Exclusively breastfed, weight 13lb (Always been small), had bad reflux since birth, suspected CMPI (why: bad reaction when I gave 1 bottle formula, eczema all over, bad colic and gas) I cut out all dairy until about 11 weeks, now I eat only small amounts like cheese no milk/yog/ice cream etc. She has mild eczema now, no other symptoms. She is still on omeprazole (in the US called losec I believe) to control the reflux, tried weaning her off it but she started coughing and hacking so she still needs it. Tongue tie discovered at 12 weeks after I saw my local health visitor about her feeding every hour throughout the day and clicking when feeding. This was cut at 14 weeks and she no longer clicks and her feeds are more efficient as my breast feels drained. From about 7/8 weeks to 14 weeks she slept 10-5/6am most nights..falling asleep on her own in the cot. Amazing. At 14 weeks it all just stopped and for the last 6/7 weeks she just does not sleep anymore. She will never settle until 9/10pm even though I have tried earlier, we have a routine, I feed her put her in her gro bag etc. She just lays there screaming (high pitched squeal not crying) until she finally dozes off. She will sleep for about 2 hours then she will wake again and won't go back to sleep until I feed her which is fine, only she will wake up and cry as soon as I put her in her cot again, or toss and turn for hours until I feed her again and the cycle repeats....
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  • @llli*evergreen474's Avatar
    August 29th, 2015, 02:49 PM
    My son is 5 weeks old today and is exclusively BF. He's gaining weight like crazy and everything seems to be fine. Some nursing sessions are fine and he is calm and gets all sleepy at the end. But other times he is fussy (possibly gassy) and pulls on my nipple, claws at me and at his face, and pushes against me with his top arm. As I write this, it sounds like his body language is saying that he's not hungry and has some other need. But when he gets close to my breast he roots around and latches on voraciously. Am I missing something? Is he really hungry or just in need of something to suck? Our pediatrician has said we can use pacifiers so sometimes I just give him the paci to suck on while he works through whatever it is. Between that and some recent cluster feeding from a growth spurt, my breasts and nipples are crazy painful right now! Anyone have any suggestions on how to deal with this?
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  • @llli*elisa30's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 10:05 AM
    Hola Chicas, pasados 5 meses después de tener a mi primer bebé, todavía peso 9 kilos más que antes del embarazo. Alguien me puede recomendar alguna dieta para hacer durante la lactancia? Gracias
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  • @llli*goli79's Avatar
    Today, 05:56 PM
    I've finally gotten to a point where breastfeeding doesn't hurt and my daughter latches easily, but my doctor has recommended I stop breastfeeding and switch to formula. My daughter had (not visible) blood in her stool - one week there, then negative two tests in a row, then positive again. Her stool is also very watery, has mucus and alternates between yellow and greenish yellow, but never any seeds. I have been off dairy and soy for 6 weeks. The doctor said there is no substance to her stool and that this means she isn't absorbing nutrients - milk in, milk out. My daughter's weight gain had been acceptable. Most recently she has alternated between screaming at my breast and bottle of breastmilk and taking it fine with no problem (I may be trying to feed when she isn't hungry), and we recently picked up Zantac in case it is reflux. She goes crazy until she poops (explosive) and then calms down...but often won't eat again after she passes stool. Eating triggers what seems to be a painful bowel movement that prevents her from eating comfortably. This is new in that she would eat through the discomfort before. Anyway, I'm a little upset/disturbed that my daughter may not be getting nutrients she needs despite gaining weight and I'm also surprised and upset that the best is thing per the doctor is to stop breastfeeding. I know I have an oversupply that I've been trying to manage, and while it isn't under control, it's better than it was before. Anyway, I'm at my wit's...
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  • @llli*dexterslanding's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 11:27 PM
    Hello, severely frustrated mama here. My baby boy is 10 weeks old and we have been struggling with breastfeeding lately. From the start, it has been a battle. The first couple days were extremely rough, and I had to go back to the hospital to see a lactation consultant. She gave me a nipple shield to use because she said my nipples were "too short" and he was having a difficult time latching on. He had to do weekly weight checks for the first month because of this. We are STILL on the shield (which is my next issue to resolve) and things were going decently until a week ago. Ive always felt like I had a slightly low milk supply, because I was never able to get much when I pumped, and it was impossible for me to pump and breastfeed, unless he slept for a good amount of time in between feedings (i.e. 4 plus hours). Recently, it seems like my milk supply has tanked, and is getting smaller with each passing day. It started out with him breastfeeding, then acting hungry 10 to 20 minutes later and returning to feed some more. Then, he could no longer return to feed because I basically had nothing left. Now, I can't even get him to sit though one full feeding. He gets about ten minutes in or so and starts acting hysterical, like he can't get enough to suffice him. He starts rooting like crazy and kicking and screaming, but when he calms down and latches on again, he just starts it all over because his hunger isn't being stifled. Because of this, I have had to start supplementing...
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  • @llli*isabelofmtl's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 04:03 PM
    Big develpoment for us: DS, 12 days old, was admitted to hospital last night for a staph infection (go results back from lab today),, so he is being treated with antibiotics via IV. Earlier today, a 6th & 7th attempt at a lumbar puncture (spinal tap) were attempted. He was given fluids via IV to try to get a result, because previous attempts turned up "dry" (even though he'd been nursing regularly, which is often, more than every 2 hours, in his case). Ever since, I sense he is nursing less. He seems sleepier and even after showing signs of wanting to nurse, he doesn't do much, if anything when offered the breast. I wasn't watching the time, so I don' know exacly how long this has been happening, but a few hours. I want to know if the IV fluids (not necessarily the antibiotics) could affect his desire to nurse. No one here seems super knowledgeable about breastmilk and breastfeeding (other than "it's good"). I'm worried if his decrease in appetite or energy is due to something else, like the infection itself. He has no fever or other outwardly symptoms.
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  • @llli*mommytocc's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 09:28 PM
    My baby boy is going to be one month in few days, and what conserns me is that he wakes up every 1.5hr-2hrs to feed. His weight is 4.4kg and he only nurses for 10 minutes and then falls asleep, I have to attempt to wake him up and if I'm lucky he would have another 20-40ml milk from the bottle which I have to express after each feed since I have no other choice. What concerns me is that he doesn't eat as much as the chart says he should at this stage and according to his weight. Is there anything I can do? Because I want him to nurse longer and have only breast rather then a bottle. And how can I keep him awake so he can have at least 80-90ml ? Maybe he would sleep longer. Please advice
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  • @llli*mlowe's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 07:50 AM
    My baby girl is almost 4 weeks old. Around 2.5 weeks I started to worry she wasn't getting enough because she seemed fussier and was eating much more often. So I pulled out my pump to see how much I could pump. And yes I know the pumped amount isn't always a good indicator of supply but I figured if I could get an ounce or two there was definitely enough for baby being made. Since day one of pumping I have pumped once daily (sometimes twice for comfort) always after a full feeding with baby and I usually get 4-5 oz total but have gotten as much as 7 oz. My question is I seem to see a lot that having a larger supply is bad in some way. I don't understand why that is. I have to return to work at 10 weeks and I want to make sure I can easily pump enough to keep her totally on breastmilk. So a higher supply now seems good to me. Am I wrong? Is it a bad idea to keep pumping once a day?
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  • @llli*hlatour's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 03:02 PM
    Hello! My son is nearly 6 weeks old and nurses every hour and a half for about 20 minutes (sometimes more often) on each side all day every day for 6 weeks! He tends to fall asleep while nursing and is also very fussy through out each feed. He has gained 2 lbs 3 oz since born. Our pediatrician suggested we try to hold him off for 3 hours between feedings and he's only gone that long a few times during the night. Just wondering if these things are normal and how long it will last, thank you!
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  • @llli*kiki.tur's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 11:02 AM
    Posting for my wife because English is not her primary language. This is a long post:huh She has had some problems breastfeeding and the lactation nurse says we have been doing the correct things but she still feels guilty that she hasn't been able to breastfeed exclusively. Some background first. The baby is now a week old. Wife was in labor for 31 hours after her water broke. No complications. Umbilical cord fell off after 30 hours. Pediatrician said it was very rare but it looked fine and gave us some things to watch out for. She was in the hospital for 48 hours after the baby came out then discharged. In the hospital, the first day, the baby breastfed the first 4 times easily. The Pediatrician noticed the tongue needs to be cut underneath (very common in my family tree) so they cut it. My wife is hand expressing perfectly. During the night the baby has some problems latching. Baby has about 8 bowl movements. The second day the lactation nurse comes in and helps her. Baby is doing fine and within normal weightloss. Bilirubin test shows she is in the high-intermediate range so she is very sleepy and lethargic. Breastfeeding is touch and go. Sometimes she latches and feeds. Other times she latches then falls asleep immediately.
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  • @llli*maymom's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 12:26 PM
    hello. LO is 16 weeks today and has been BF'd since birth. i went back to work when he was 10 weeks so he's had bottles, but always with the slowest, premie nipples. i nurse him right before leaving for work, before bed, and the overnight feed. lately (started around 4 days ago), i noticed that when he's on the left breast, he wouldn't stay latched on. he would do these quick movements -- almost like giving the nipple a quick kiss, then come off, then on again -- literally be this way every second (he wouldn't even stay on for 5 seconds or so). this is when i'm holding him almost like cross-cradle (he on a nursing pillow). he's fine when i put him on football hold. sometimes, he also does it on the right side, but not as consistently. what i found that helps is, i first put him on football hold on the left, burp him, change sides, and once he's having a good run, i change him again to the left using cross cradle and by then he'll be fine. i'm just wondering why this peculiar behavior on the left side has cropped up now? what does this quick "kiss-like" motions mean? also, he used to nurse at least 20 mins on each side, especially at night, before bed. now, i'm lucky if he stays 10 mins on each side. is it normal that nursing times shorten as they get older? hope how i described my question is clear enough! TIA!
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  • @llli*brennan's Avatar
    August 27th, 2015, 10:00 PM
    My daughter is 3 weeks old and the last week or so has had green poop. I thought it might be a foremilk/hindmilk imbalance so I stopped feeding both sides at a feeding (I would finish on one breast burp and offer the second, now I finish on one breast burp and then offer the same side again). This hasn't seemed to help. Dd is a happy and content baby, she is not terribly fussy. She spits up a little but not a concerning amount. She poops and pees the recommended amount. She has had some issues gaining weight (was down 6oz at 12 days) but she was jaundiced and we had latch issues but those have resolved and she is growing. Her poop is the only symptom, and her first poop of the day is yellow but gets greener as the day goes on. She is my third and my first 2 successfully bf for 2 years each. I need help!
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  • @llli*mama7008's Avatar
    Today, 08:54 AM
    My LO will be 11 months next week. :o Currently she eats breakfast and dinner with a snack or two in between. I'm not sure how much she eats - we're doing baby-led solids so I let her eat until she indicates she's done (usually by trying to toss everything on the floor lol). I nurse her before offering solids, and other than that, she nurses probably 4 other times during the day and anywhere from 3-6 times at night (mostly for comfort/to get back to sleep...). I actually have a couple questions: 1) How often should I offer her solids? She's pretty enthusiastic and wants to eat every time she sees food anywhere 2) After a year, how does offering solids change - our goal is to make it two years, though right now we're having so many challenges I'm just concentrating on making it to one year. Ideally, I'd like her to transition to just nursing before naps/bedtime and maybe once or twice during the night after she's a year old, though I don't really want to risk her weaning completely. She's very attached to the boob, and we're having difficulty with a very strong nursing sleep association, so I don't think that would happen.
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  • @llli*perannie's Avatar
    August 28th, 2015, 03:24 PM
    I have had supply issues and LO had slow weight gain, so I started fenugreek! It has helped and now I'm wondering if I have to continue the fenugreek for the rest of my breastfeeding journey or could I wean off of it??
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  • @llli*mamacitablanquita's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:50 PM
    Hi - so I did see a few threads with similar concerns. I would appreciate any and all advise as I am losing my mind!! I just had my third son one month ago - I have 2 sons, 2 and 8, who I breastfed for 2 years each. I remember having soreness, cracked nipples, etc...but dont remember if it lasted this long? I have really large breasts, and so I always have had to use the sandwich method to get them to encompass the areola. This baby was taken to the NICU on his 2nd day of life for very high bilirubin counts, which meant many bottle feedings (of my pumped milk) as they didnt want him taken out of the lights for breastfeeding. When we came home, I noticed he was a bit lazy so I combined pumping with breastfeeding to make sure he was eating enough. It has been SO painful to breastfeed, that some days I exclusively pump till I feel so guilty I breastfeed a bit, but literally after the first feed Im back to where I was a day ago! I treated him and myself for possible thrush - wasnt it, barely had any white on tongue but did that just in case. I took him to the ENT - he is perfectly fine, no tongue or lip tie. I went to a lactation consultant and she said he has an overbite and high palette which sometimes is corrected at 4-6 weeks of age, and that Sacro-cranial massage from a Chiropractor (or lots of tummy time to loosen chest muscles/ loosen jaw) help. After reading several posts here - it makes a lot of sense that small mouths = poor latch and that as baby grows,...
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  • @llli*emersushea's Avatar
    August 26th, 2015, 02:44 PM
    My daughter will be 2 months on Saturday. All of a sudden it seems like she's taking in less milk or I am producing more. The fullness after feeds is driving me crazy. I've been borderline engorged. For the past 2 weeks my breasts have been soft so I thought my supply normalized. Now they are irritatingly firm between feeds and don't soften entirely after. She's been nursing every 1-1.5 hrs up until 10-11pm then nurses 1.5-3 hrs until about 7 am. She mostly nurses on one breast per session, sometimes she'll spend a few minutes on the other. Two times a week I pump a nighttime feed so my husband can feed her and I can sleep. Yesterday was so bad I resorted to pumping between feeds and got 10 oz out...yikes! I know it's bad to pump because it can trigger more milk to be made. Any recommendations? Thoughts as to why I've got more milk on board suddenly?
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