I'm so sorry. You can use frozen cabbage leaves with a tight fitting bra that's how I dried up my milk with my son once again I'm so sorry
My Dr told me to wear something tight and place ice packs and pump only a lil bit and For me not to put nothing warm and by the 3rd day they were back to normal. Sorry for her loss.
When had my misdcarage at 20 weekday they told me not to squis them put ice on them and a soft bra not to tight just to help with the weight. And take tylenol for the pain
I am so sorry for you & your daughter. What a terrible loss. I send my love and comfort to you all, and any others who have had the same happen. I have no advice but want to say I'm thinking of you all. So sorry xxx
I useds tight ace bandages, and ice packs. Def sum type of pain. Killer.
Im so sorry for the loss! My aunt had this happen. And it took her awhile to jump back in the game. Bless your hearts!
Hi Sue,after reading your post i felt like i had to reply. I gave birth to my little girl in 2010 and she too was born sleeping.....it is the most gut wrenching and devastating things a woman can go through and in my experience the pain you feel never leaves you,you never get over your loss but you learn to live with the emotion and grief. My milk came in the day after i had my angel and that in itself was an ordeal...felt so wrong to have milk to feed my baby but her not being with me : ( I was advised by my midwife to take ibuprofen and as uncomfortable and sore as it was to just leave my breasts and the milk will dry up. I really do feel for you and your daughter.....big hugs to you both and i hope she stays strong xxxxx
Sorry for your loss , cabbage leaves are supposed to be great
I don't believe the drs give meds to dry up the milk anymore I read somewhere it was cancer causing so they stopped giving the shot, not sure about pills though. A few things that worked for me were as follows. Place cabbage leaves in the fridge and place the cold leaves directly in your bra on the breasts. When they are no longer cold replace with fresh ones. She can take plain benadryl, it will help to dry up the milk. So sorry for her loss.
No, limit liquid intake as more fluid makes more milk. Warm & cool compresses. I'm do sorry for ur daughter's loss & yours also.
Heartbreaking. I am sorry you are all going through this. I can't imagine.
Yes to the cabbage leaves. My sister opted not to nurse her daughters and that is what she used to dry up her milk.
Ice, snug fitting bra, sage tea, ibuprofen and lots of fluids. I also read that cabbage leaves in your bra works, not sure why but you can google it. The dr can prescribe something too because it takes about a week for your body to do it on its own. I am very sorry for your loss :(
i am really sorry to hear that. i hope your daughter is ok. try using a warm flannel over her nipples and may take a bit but will dry up you can get tablets from the doctor which will clear quicker. xx