Re: One side bigger than the other
It's fairly common to have one breast be a higher producer than the other and it can cause size differences to become more pronounced. I noticed even before nursing that one breast was slightly larger, but it wasn't noticable with clothes on. While nursing it became much more apparent and of course my babies prefered the larger side- either because it fit in their mouth better or because it had more milk, I'm not sure. But the end result was it made that side even MORE of a producer. You can try to minimize the difference by starting nursing sessions on the smaller side, so baby's vigorous sucking that comes at the beginning of a feeding stimulates the smaller side. You can also try pumping a little longer on the smaller side (if you are pumping already- I wouldn't recommend pumping solely for this reason). But ultimately it's only an image issue, it won't harm your nursing relationship for one side to be bigger or preferred. It does go back to normal after weaning, at least mine did.
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