is it normal if you've stoped breastfeeding 4 months ago to still have milk now?
Everyone is different. Your body is going through a huge change. Some women it might take a year before it stops for them. If you think someone is wrong, you can talk to your doctor. Also, temperature can affect it. For some women, if their breasts get too warm, the milk will leak. Others, the sound of a child crying makes it happen. Just one of those "miracles" of nature. My friend didn't breast feed at all, but whenever the baby cried, she'd leak. Sometimes it was pretty funny, but it happens.
by sroseleena7 years ago
my son is 26 months old and still wants to breast feed,he does not want to eat anything else,,he...will only take 3-4 bottle of milk throughout the day apart from breast feeding..his weight is 11 kgs,,,,i am concerned...
by kirstenblog5 years ago
Hi guys, my little boy has finally arrived, born 4:40 am sept 11th. They discharged us from hospital yesterday. We did have some troubles with feeding at first, poor little guy found it hard to latch on and we only had...
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
I just saw a video online where a mom admits to still breastfeeding her kids even though they're 8 yrs old. Why she allows it? well, she believes a child should decide for themselves when to stop. ...
by Danielle Lopez3 years ago
How long did you breastfeed your child?I'm working on an article about breastfeeding across the globe. Since Hubpages has an eclectic mixture of cultures, I'm wanting to see how long some breastfeed and if it is...
by acacia6666 years ago
My mare is 12 months and still no milk or teats help beginning to think its a phantom
by aallard236 years ago
My family seems to have a problem with the fact that I still breastfeed my son. He has his own milk and juice but at night I like to give some extra nutrients. He is walking and starting to talk with a mouth full of...
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