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    Default Full and uncomfortable in the morning?

    I have successfully weaned dd off night feeds but it's been over two weeks and my breasts are still super full and uncomfortable in the mornings. Does this get better or will they remain my unwanted alarm clock?

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    If I had a choice between getting up again for night feeds or a bit of pain in the mornings for a little while it would be the latter every time


 

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