Shannon - posted on 11/07/2009 ( 6 moms have responded )
I've been breastfeeding my baby since her birth and everything was going great until I had a severe case of mastitis that put me in the hospital for 4 days. The whole time I was in there she took bottles of breast milk that I luckily had frozen. She never had formula! Yay! She's back to nursing and now I'm having trouble keeping my supply up so I've been on and off the domperidone while drinking the mothers milk tea. The thought of her weaning or me not being able to nurse her due to supply issues is very emotional for me. It's almost like an anxiety attack at the thought of not nursing. It's all I know how to do! Is this a normal emotion when it comes to weaning or am I going nuts?!