:ita:ita:ita and may I add, :ita. Foremilk/hindmilk "imbalance' is not an issue at all unless a mom has forceful letdown, and then it MAY be an issue, or not, depending on the situation.
One thing many moms don't realize is that there's really no such thing as "foremilk" and "hindmilk". There's just milk. When the feeding begins, the milk tends to be relatively more watery, refreshing, and rich in lactose. As the feeding progresses and the breast becomes more empty, the milk gradually becomes fattier. But there's no switch from foremilk to hindmilk- just a gradual progression from less creamy to more creamy.