Congrats!! I'm due may 22, but will be induced Sunday due to elevated blood pressure! Ill be 37+5! Baby is said to weigh in at 7lbs6oz!! They said being induced hurts more, but I'm going in with a open mind!! Ill send updates!
Induction hurts more because it is more intense. So hopefully will be faster.
I am far from getting my body back Franky!! Lol one of my nipples cracked and it hurts sooooo much! But don't worry.... It is only because my daughter was born early and her mouth is a bit small for my nipples... So hope you girls not going to have any problems with breastfeeding.xx
Will look into it, thank you :)
I had someone from breastfeeding support around yesterday and we tried different positions... I think it helps a bit. They said that as i breastfeed 2 babies before who was full term, i am just doinf things as before and i needto change my ways for this baby as she is so much smaller.
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