I just wondered if anyone experienced any tingling in your nipples once you weaned? Almost feels like the sensation of a full breast about to let down. I haven't nursed in 3 months and all of a sudden I am experiencing random feelings in my nipples :(
Fenugreek made my daughter extremely gassy when I first started using it. So be careful of that.
Also, your son will drink more via bottle since it just spills milk into his throat & he can't regulate it. With breast feeding he can stop when he's full. He can't do that with a bottle so he will always drink more.
To see how much he needs,...
I'm almost 3 weeks postpartum and noticing my supply had plummeted! The engorged feeling is gone :( I wasn't pumping on a schedule as I was told to let the baby get as much as he needs ... He has a GREAT latch!
Today I pumped and only got 4oz out. Two days ago I could get 8oz!!!! I don't remember how long our supply is hormone driven??? Have...
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