Re: Quick question about emptying breasts
No, what you describe is normal. Moms are often told that they need to "empty" their breasts when nursing or pumping, and this is inaccurate because milk is always being made. Therefore you can never completely empty the breast. The faster you remove milk from the breast, the faster milk is made to replace it. Think of it like a bathtub where the tap is always running. Only this is a special tub: every time you open the drain, the tap senses that the tub is emptying out and starts putting out more water.
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