Re: Salty breastmilk??
Sometimes there can be a negative feedback loop, where the baby randomly goes for a while without nursing, and because the milk sits unused in the breast it starts to taste salty, and then when the baby does nurse she gets some salty milk and decides she doesn't like the taste, so she skips or cuts short another nursing session, leading to even saltier milk the next time around, etc. I think that if you want to eliminate this as a possible issue, you could try pumping or hand expressing until the breast is quite empty (presuming your baby will not nurse). That should restore the milk's normal taste.
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