Re: Would like to start nursing
That's milk, mama! As you dry up, your milk turns thick, sticky, and salty. It's called inversion milk and it's actually really rich in lactoferrin which is very beneficial to the immune system. I personally think it's nature's way of giving a baby one last dose of immunity from breastmilk as the baby goes through the weaning process.
Originally Posted by @llli*arenee22
Don't worry if you sometimes get nothing. You might have to do a lot of dry pumping before you start seeing more than drops.
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