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    I had copious amounts of milk very early on with DD2 but she still fed hourly. Her little belly was adjusting from the colostrum to milk. They get unsettled and windy as their digestive system and belly adapts. If bub is having wet nappies id be confident in your supply. We had pretty much no big sleep for days 3 - 5.
    You're doing a great job, please don't pay attention to your stepmum.


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    How are you mimi? How's the breast feeding going? Still thinking of you.

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    We"re doing great thanks! It's was so nice to vent here and get the support I needed and helped me get through that night! We have plenty of wet nappies and poo"s so I know he is feeding well! Sometimes he has both breasts at a feed time others he will be satisfied with one sometimes he goes 5hrs between other times only one but his much more settled and happy and im happy! Just dealing with a bit of problems with my bleeding now so hope that settles down I lost a fair sized clot this evening and my bleeding is still dark red it's not heavy but I Hope it settles down, other than that we are doing great! Thanks again I know it's technology land but it really did help me know it was okay he was feeding so much

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    Good on you for continuing feeding! I'm really proud of you for getting through such a rough patch! If you need any further support, Bubhub will be here.

    Hope the bleeding and clots settle down quickly.

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    In need of some help again! One breasts seems to be extremely full really quick! I mostly feed from one side each feed but my right side is always the fullest what do I do it's like a rock and he hasn't had his feed of the other side

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    Sorry, I just saw your post this morning, I have super demanding kids this morning, and have to get to swimming lessons. But I'll be back ASAP.

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    Can you express a bit on that side while he feeds from the other? It's normal to have one breast that produces a bit more than the other


 

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