Re: Breasts engorged?
Are you nursing every two to three hours because that is how often baby is cueing you to feed her? Or is that a schedule you are trying to stick to?
Even if baby isn't acting hungry, if you are getting painfully engorged you could try nursing her to relieve the pressure. If she really doesn't want to eat...she won't. It won't hurt anything to offer.
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