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breast feeding

Im about to be 9months and i was wondering if im going to be able to breast feed. Im on the smaller side im about a 36a_ 32b and iv only heard & known women who breastfeed and have much bigger breasts. I havent grown at all since iv been pregnant but even though im small is it possible to still breastfeed??
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No matter what size the boobs any qomen can breast feed as long as they are healthy boobs. With my first child i breast fed and was bout your size. Jus read up on it take some classes and youll be fine. I started breast feeding and didnt get knowledgable about it at all and wished i had.
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One of my friends breastfed & she was an a, only increased to a b when her supply came in. She did really well, but her nipples were pretty big. (Sorry for tmi)
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Oh and once you start breast feeding and you get your milk in you should grow a little more maybe lots more jus depends and maybe than you will feel more confident about your self. :-) good luck
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Confident about Bout breast feeding. Not your size. sorry if that confused you or effended you
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Thank you ladies that heped i really want to breastfeed :) i just hope my nipples dont get bigger than my actual breast ha and no you did not offend me :)
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Hey that is one plus to bfeeding is that your boobs get bigger ha ha specially for us little guys who started out small :-) either way it happens your baby will thank you for bfeeding. It has so many healthy benefits
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