I had a reduction in 2003, I am 27 pregnant with my first! I want to know if anyone out there has had success breast feeding after having a reduction. I'm not to concerned with it , if i cant .. i cant but I'm an odds kinda girl and like to know what my chances are!
Answer by rebeccadac at 7:59 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
If they cut your milk ducts during the reduction, you will not have a full supply of milk getting to your nipples. You will produce milk, but you may not have enough so your LO will grow and thrive. It is possible to breastfeed. You can supplement with formula. You'll need to work with an LC to make sure your LO gets enough.
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