I was wondering if anyone has noticed a connection between your sleep position and clogged ducts. And if so, what sleep positions, arrangements, props etc you use to avoid them.
I just got rid of a bad case and I'm scared of getting another one. As a result I could barely sleep this night, I kept waking up, checking my breasts and changing positions. It seems that everything puts pressure somewhere in some way. Even lying on my back--my boobs spread out and the ducts kind of press against the chest wall. This is where I had the clog and I actually was sleeping on my back when it happened.
I'm not that big--I'm probably a 34 D or DD (depending on fullness). My breasts are wide (as opposed to long, if that makes sense). I don't wear a bra to sleep (the first time I had a clog a long time ago it was from the elastic in a sleep bra).
Sorry for so many posts on clogs, but it was a tough bout and I am scared of getting another one. And I definitely need some sleep after spending the nights waking up every two hours to pump and massage the clog!