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    I have never figured out how to drop feeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Mirabelle View Post
    Thanks for asking gingermillie, it seems to be getting better slowly. Some feeds feel ok and then others are painful again. I'm just trying to push through to 6 weeks, I've tried to set that goal and I'll see how I feel at that point.
    I'm not really sure of your story but for me ongoing pain while feeding was a symptom of tongue and lip tie. Both my kids had posterior tongue ties that took ages to be properly diagnosed but feeding became much easier (and painless) when I got the ties fixed. Xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Mirabelle View Post
    Thanks for asking gingermillie, it seems to be getting better slowly. Some feeds feel ok and then others are painful again. I'm just trying to push through to 6 weeks, I've tried to set that goal and I'll see how I feel at that point.
    Did you end up trying the nipple shield for respite? The hydrogel discs are lovely for soothing pain too. I hope you know you're doing a great job it's not easy xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Did you end up trying the nipple shield for respite? The hydrogel discs are lovely for soothing pain too. I hope you know you're doing a great job it's not easy xx
    Thanks gingermillie! I did buy the nipple shields but she wouldn't latch on with them. The hydrogel discs helped a lot though and also loading up with Lansinoh.

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    Breastfeeding is very different to formula feeding. You can loosely follow a bit of a routine with breastfeeding, but it is of course impossible to monitor quantities and they will feed more under some circumstances but less in others. I found that once they started eating solids the feeds naturally dropped off just slightly. They could last a bit longer.

    Then when I night weaned my DD at 12 months she started sleeping through the night and eating more food. After 12 months the breastfeeding became a much smaller part of her diet and the feeds dropped off naturally until she self weaned at 15 months. I was quite happy to stop feeding at that point.

    At one month it's best to feed on demand to establish your supply properly.


 

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