boobs milking

Heather - posted on 01/18/2010 ( 8 moms have responded )

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my boobs are still milking i stoped breast feeding 9 days after jacob was born but the milk is still comming on strong and hes over a year old is this normal??

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Jodie - posted on 01/20/2010

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Well i would definitely say that you should nurse your next baby. Having a good milk supply is a good thing. And if you nurse then stop/wean off of nursing, your body will respond to the change. Take advantage of it next time! Some mothers only dream of having milk to nurse their baby and arent able to produce enough. Take advantage of this blessing.
In the meantime, I wish you the best! I bet its tough. I had mastitis before and everything so i know how uncomfortable it can be. I agree that you should get a second opinion. I don't know of anyone who produced milk that long after not using it. Just make sure you aren't releasing any intentionally and keep in touch with your doctor.

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I don't really know how normal it is but I do believe that there is something you can take to help your milk dry up. Have you spoken to your doctor about it?

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Heather - posted on 01/19/2010

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hahaha true its horrible coz they are sore every morning and its really itchy coz i never release any of the milk

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Maybe you need to get a second opinion. I agree that it probably will stop eventually on its own. But if it's annoying to you (which I'm sure it is!) then your doctor should be able to help you out. You should ask him if he would be bothered if his dick was constantly swollen and leaking haha;P

Heather - posted on 01/19/2010

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i have talked to docotor he says it will go away in its own time but all my friends stoped within a month of stopping breastfeeding

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I don't really know how normal it is but I do believe that there is something you can take to help your milk dry up. Have you spoken to your doctor about it?

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