We are TTC and someone told me that since I have PCOS that breastfeeding may not be possible?
Also heard that if you have tubular breasts this may also hinder breastfeeding? Any one have any experience with this?
I just go ogled this. And from what I have read both can affect breastfeeding to to the lack of milk production.but there are steps you can take. Talk to your doctor. They will runsometest . Also read that insulin even if not diabetic can help with breast milk. But do talk to your doctor. I will do more research on this for you.
Yes they can both effect supply. I have pros and have issues with milk supply, but this time bfing has gone better so far. Tubular breasts generally means you have insufficient glandular tissue and it also impacts your milk production. There's an article on Kelly mom about it.
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