Re: One is bigger than the other?
That's pretty normal to have a size difference and it's seems common for it to get more exaggerated when nursing (judging by the ladies here, anyway). My right was bigger and I think it did produce more milk, I know I'd get more from it when I was pumping.
If you want to try to even them out you might try starting nursing sessions on the smaller side so that baby nurses longer on that side than the right. It might work, it might not. You might want to wait to do that until you've been nursing longer, I don't know if it might negatively affect your supply at 2 weeks.
If it makes you feel any better, they do go somewhat back to normal. By the time Nora was 1 mine were pretty much back to the same size difference as they were before nursing.
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