Stopping Flow Of Breast Milk

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Jennifer - March 11

I decided to br___t feed my son but when my milk came in it was so uncomfortable, and my son couldn't keep what he had eatin down so I decided to stop beast feeding but now my br___t are very full and I dont know how to stop the flow of the milk.

 

Melissa - March 12

You will be engorged for awhile, until your body figures out you are done b___stfeeding and stops making milk. It may help to use cold compress on you b___sts. You can buy these at Target in the baby/b___stfeeding section. Do a search on the internet about engorgement or engorged b___sts and/or call your doctor for advice. Your b___sts will stop making milk, it just takes a little while.

 

Darlene - July 12

I have a 6 month old.I've been nursing.But now I'd like to stop my milk flow.I've started the process Thurs.night.I decreased the amount of milk I was pumping out which was any where from4-7 ounces @ a time.I have over 300 bags in the freezer.I've been doing the cabbage leaves,sudafed,& sage tinkter in rootbeer,double sports bra.cold compressesAnd I'm still engorged and uncomfortable.Is there anything else I can do?I'm about ready to give up and get my Latina out again and start pumping.

 

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