Breastfeeding

Obakeng - posted on 09/13/2016 ( 3 moms have responded )

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As a working mum I've never had any hustles with me breastfeeding my daughter but now its big problems she's 1year 11months I want her totally out of this weaning cause I got a new job and I work shifts so her nanny says she creams and throw tantrums at nite I'm abt to lose a job because of this please help mums

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Sarah - posted on 09/13/2016

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They used to give a prescription, but the side effects are risky. Best bet is a snug bra, do not pump, do not nurse, do not let anyone (hubby hands off) touch your breasts. It may be uncomfortable, and if you are in pain, then I'd manually express just enough to lessen the pain. Or, you could pump all the milk you make, and give it to the baby in a bottle or a cup? Then you can taper your supply down on your own terms? That may actually be easier if your supply is abundant.

Obakeng - posted on 09/13/2016

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Thank you Sarah for your advice what I would like to hear for now is will she come to terms to live breast feeding I'm really worried any pill I could take for my milk to stop

Sarah - posted on 09/13/2016

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She will be ok without nursing at this age. Sure she may get upset, but a good nanny should be able to soothe her.

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