so i think my mother in law is wierded out by me breastfeeding my child where ever we are. I cover my self and keep it pg, but really makes me uncomfortable when i get the look.... why does it matter if you dont see anything? My hubby says just dont let it bather me , but really i dont get what the problem is!!!! it makes me not want to go to thier house anymore and we used to be sooo close.... HELPView Thread
I had this issue and even if you think its not working m son is 4 months old now and it will even outon its own just keep pumping!!! it will catch up my dr told me to just latch him on that side more often and the brain will tell it to supply more!!! I did and hahaha imagine that it worked. now i have to pump if he gets too lazy and falls asleep bc ib=v made to much!!! but it is worth it bc i have a back stock in my freezer now!! good luck and if your really worried then talk to your lactation specialist but i think you will seeit will work! latch the baby to the troubled side bc they work better then pumps and then pump the over produced side if needed!!! GOOD LUCK! View Thread
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