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    Default Do you get thirsty with let down?

    I know when I'm about to get let down because just prior to it each time I experience an overwhelming thirst for water. It stops me in my tracks, and I immediately have to get a drink of water. DS2 is 9 months and I still get it every time!

    My sister gets it too, but a friend of mine has never experienced it and thought it was really bizarre
    I got it while breastfeeding DS1 as well.

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    Bump, anyone else? I'm curious!

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    Every time I BF DD I had to have a bottle of water because I was instantly thirsty when she started feeding.

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    Yes!! If I don't have a drink with me I feel like a desert!! I'll drink so much each feed!

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    Hell yeah - I had to have a bottle water before I could go in to feed and then loads more after.

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    Yup. I'm very thirsty at letdown and then thought the feed.

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    Yes..I get insanely thirsty while feeding DS. It's unbelievable!

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    I don't but my bestie gets an insane urge to pee everytime she gets a let down, it's terribly timed

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    not breast feeding anymore.

    however i used to have to have the biggest glass of water ready for let down. I would be so thirsty!!!

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    Did with my first, not so much with my second, it settled pretty early, like 3 months


 

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