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  • virgomomma 06-06-07 | 12:46 AM
  • Sounds like great advice! Definitely keep nursing with both breasts, I know it is tempting to always use the "good" side! I am in Canada so I am not sure how it is where you are. But here we have public health nurses that we can call for help or La Leche League has some resources as well, Good luck!
  • bjlmom bjlmom's Avatar 06-26-07 | 11:25 AM
  • You got some great advice...jsut remind yourself that your breast doesn't have to feel "full" for the baby to get milk.....after a while you may not even have a full feeling and trust me your little ones are still getting the mommy milk.

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