Re: feeding mostly from right breast
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The best way to cope with this is to continue to offer the less favored breast first. Babies are usually hungriest at the beginning of a feeding, and that means they are less picky about which breast mom gives them. It's okay with the baby feeds rather quickly off the less favored breast, since some stimulation to and milk removal from that side is better than none.
If you are becoming noticeably lopsided, and offering the smaller side first isn't fixing the problem, you may want to get a pump and pump the smaller side in addition to nursing on it. More stimulation to and milk removal from that side is the key to increasing supply on that side.
Be patient, and give yourself and your baby time to figure this out. Your baby is still so little! You're an experienced mom, so you know how much will change in the next few weeks and months and years.
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