Re: weaning, mild pain in one breast
You should be on the lookout for plugged ducts/mastitis. They often crop up when mama is in the weaning process, though you have given yourself the absolute best chance of avoiding them by weaning so slowly. So just stay alert for worsening pain, red streaks/patches on the skin of the breast, fever, chills, lumps, and increasing pain. If you see any of those, it's time to start removing milk from the breast, either using hand expression or pumping or a nursing baby, and to call the doc and discuss antibiotics. Taking milk out of the breast would thwart your weaning plans, but when you are balancing mastitis against weaning, you treat the mastitis first and worry about weaning second.
Al that being said, I am guessing that this is simply soreness related to your cycle or... perhaps... to pregnancy?
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