New York City, New York, US
1 year ago

Your breastfeeding questions, answered! 🤱

This week we’ve teamed up with Krystal Duhaney, a nurse and lactation consultant, to answer your questions! From the basics of breastfeeding to overcoming challenges, please do share any questions you may have. To submit your questions, either post below or message me (Ashleigh, from Team Peanut!) privately. We’ll be sharing her answers on Wednesday, 15th July.

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2 months ago

Breastfeeding mama here. It was one tough month in. We are now 3 months in and for the last month my baby has only wanted my right breast. The left breast has always been more challenging to latch. I still offer it and she can get milk. I think the flow in my left breast is to fast. She cry’s on it. So then I move her to my right and she calmly eats. Maybe as she gets older she will take the left side again? Is there such thing as a preference for a baby?

Centreville, Virginia, US
8 months ago

Love her!!

1 year ago

Krystal I have been buying all the milky mama products my 9 month old is already weaning requires more than I can give her and she doesn’t seem to want much milk anymore she is eating more and more solids and I am pumping every 2-3 hours at work and mostly get 3-4 oz a day total. I feel defeated. I wanted to nurse til she was 1 and I’m having a really hard time accepting the reality. I am an under producer I have bought different pumps. Flanges pumping accessories and I only saw a mild difference for about a month, I was on birth control from March when I started my first period since pregnancy. But now I feel that I have nothing left to give her and I have been really depressed.

1 year ago

I'm so sorry, don't give up. Get you doctor's opinion. Do you feel like the milky mama products work? My son is 4mons and I'm getting about 3 to 4oz each breast and still feel defeated. Good luck

1 year ago

Do you have any advice for weaning off nipple shields. I feel I have tried everything, skin to skin, taking it away during feeds quickly, latching basics, different positions. My little one just gets so frustrated. She is 19 days old. X

1 year ago

I'm not a professional but for my daughter the magic moment was when I rubbed lots of milk on the breast before latching her x

1 year ago

Can a person on invega let baby suck breast milk??

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