At my last prenatal visit I briefly mentioned that I'm leaking colostrum already and the doc, without actually waiting for me to ask a question or provide any further input, told me not to stimulate my breasts whatsoever. I was kind of taken aback by this but just nodded as she wrapped up the appointment and ushered me out the door.
My question is, would it be so bad if my SO and I still involved them in foreplay? It's not as if I'm trying to feed him (hah!). It's just been such a part of what we do during our intimate times that to say "Don't touch them at all or pay them any mind" seems kind of ... well... unfun and silly. I KNOW breasts make milk on demand, so I shouldn't realistically worry about "taking milk away" from the baby. I do plan on getting a second opinion from a doctor, but would like input from moms who appreciate their mammaries as well as their men. Help me out!
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