Re: How to nurse on one breast only?
with the PP. Best of all would be to reduce supply on the difficult side until it becomes more usable and isn't always engorged and uncomfortable.
When weaning- and this includes weaning from one breast- the best way to do it is to go slow. Letting yourself get really full or engorged sets you up for a lot of discomfort, at best, and a repeat case of mastitis at worst. So you want to let the difficult side to fill up, but also maintain some flow through it using hand expression, nursing, or pumping. Most importantly, if you feel like you're getting mastitis again, it's vital to empty the breast even if that sets your weaning plans back to square one.
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