When your milk comes in your breasts will feel quite full, and some women will even experience the unpleasant feeling of engorgement. You are very aware at these times that you have lots and lots of milk for your baby. As the days pass so will that that fullness feeling leaving some women to wonder if their milk … [Read More...]
Situations may arise that require you to use an alternative feeding method for a short time to help build your milk supply. With the goal of exclusively breastfeeding you should practice any of the following methods only under the guidance of your doctor or lactation consultant. These methods should only be used on a … [Read More...]
A clogged duct or plugged duct in your breast can be the cause of breast pain. Plugged duct symptoms include when breast milk is not squirting out of all of those 15-20 holes in your nipple. You will have redness or a hard spot on the nipple near the sore area.
Plugged ducts are uncomfortable but prevention is key … [Read More...]