Re: 1wk3d nb unbrarable clicking while nursing
From your other post, it sounds like you currently have quite a bit of milk, and that would match with clicking. Babies often click in order to control milk flow- clicking is usually the sound of baby breaking suction, and thereby slowing the flow of milk. You might want to try nursing in very reclined positions, because they enlist gravity to slow milk flow to the baby, reducing baby's need to break suction. Frequent feedings should also help, since the breast will be a little less full than if baby goes a long time without nursing.
Has anyone checked your baby very carefully for tongue tie? A tongue tie can cause a baby to click involuntarily, and it would match with the pain you're experiencing.
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