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Old March 16th 09, 06:22 PM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
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Default Wife has milk, but not flowing

My wife just had a baby four days ago. She has been partially
successful in breastfeeding. But now no milk is flowing to the baby, or
she cannot obtain any using the breast pump. She tried placing a heating
pad on her breasts, then tried again to no avail. Her breasts are
swollen, hard, and sore, so it seems as though she has plenty of milk.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

-Thanks


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Old March 19th 11, 06:41 AM
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Your Problem is solved if you see super Nanny shows on BBC Food Channels. This Program is all about Breastfeeding moms...
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I Think You need check your Wife Nipple to Doctor. They give ideas better than others...
 




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