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Hello doctor this is mubeena I had forgot to write 1sentence . My breast is becoming harder
& getting bigger & bigger . Milk is over flowing from my breast my dress is getting wet.
It is not stopping. I m worrying pls suggest any treatment for my problem and for my baby .
My baby is not sucking & she is losing weight.Her weight was 2.4 kg first time now she is 2.2
I am very much worrying about her health pls help me .Thank u.
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When you have too much milk, your baby may fill up on foremilk and stop breastfeeding before getting very much hind milk. Foremilk is low-fat, watery milk compare to hindmilk. Hindmilk is more filling and helps to satisfy your baby’s hunger.

 Here are few tips:
  • Wear a proper fitted nursing bra.
  • Express some breast milk before feeding your baby, but do not completely empty the breast of milk. If you pump too much, milk production increases.
  • Breastfeed in a reclined position. Try to breastfeed while lying back with your baby above you. Nursing against gravity may help to slow down the flow of milk.
  • Feed your baby from the same breast for a few feedings in a row. This will allow your baby to get more hindmilk and decrease stimulation to the other breast. 
  • Apply cold compresses on your breasts to ease your discomfort and help decrease your milk supply.
  • Check your thyroid function.

 

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