Answer by LaBoucane at 5:39 AM on Oct. 13, 2008
Answer by whitenena at 5:41 AM on Oct. 13, 2008
I sat in a very hot (as hot as you can handle) bath tub, and also placed very hot wash clothes on my breasts. This helped for a while.
Then I strapped a bandage around my chest, i made it a little tighter than was comfortable.
Answer by Trisha3 at 6:12 AM on Oct. 13, 2008
You are a very lucky woman, many people worry about their ability to breastfeed. Give baby what baby deserves and breastfeed. The reasons to breastfeed are astounding. The reason for not have little to do with baby. If you are adamant on not breastfeeding I would still keep up the supply just in case. MOST babies have stomach discomfort, constipation, crying bouts, etc. with the use of formula. If you keep up your supply you will be able to give baby much needed relief instead of feeling helpless. Watching your child suffer is so much worse then putting yourself through a bit of discomfort. BTW binding the breasts has a high possibility of causing mastitis.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:35 AM on Oct. 13, 2008
Answer by HeatherMQ at 1:14 PM on Oct. 13, 2008
Answer by proudmommy10108 at 7:41 PM on Oct. 13, 2008
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