while i was pregnant i made the decision to breast feed. after my son as born March 24th, 2010 i was soooo excited to finally have that bonding experience with him. after approximately 4 days, my milk came in like normal but after 4 weeks i noticed that my son was constantly hungry so i started pumping & found that my breasts were slowly "drying up". after i thought they were completely dry i thought that would be the end of it.... until my son was 6 months old occasionally a drop of milk would slowly leak from my breasts. now my son is right at 9 months old i have a small lump in my left breast that isnt sore or anything and im pretty sure that its a milk ducts still full because its been there since my milk came in..... i was just wondering if there was anyone else out there who may have had this problem, or may know someone who has had this problem........View Thread
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