My daughter is 10 1/2 months old and when we went to her first check up the doctor told me that she had breast buds but not to worry they'll go away. He said it was hormones she's getting from me because I breast feed. They did go away and now I noticed that she's getting them again. Is this normal for them to go away and come back again? I do still breast feed.
Thank You for your response!! I called my doctors office and the nurse told me that it was probably the breast feeding and my hormones but to ask the doctor the next time I bring her in, so I'm taking my 4 year old to get his shots that hes suppose to have to start school and I'm going to ask then. I just hope that's all it is. I'll definitely let you know what he says. Thank You again for your response!!!
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