My question is will this happen again? Will the milk come faster this time around. How healthy do you need to be to breast feed? I guess if your not healthy then how does breast feeding benefit? I have this pressing need to try.
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Your milk doesn't come in right away. That is NORMAL. You have colostrum, which is nutrient rich and full of good fat for your baby. People actually call it liquid gold because it is so good for baby. Then your milk comes in. You should really take a breastfeeding class. The more you educate yourself the more likely you are to be successful at breastfeeding. Oh, and you don't have to be a super health nut to breastfeed. Breastmilk is wonderful for your baby even if you do eat junk food occasionally. Even cigarette smoking moms are encouraged to breastfeed by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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