Painful breastfeeding

20/05/20 12:31

Before breastfeeding, my breasts are very swollen and painful. What can help me?

From: Mom


Just before breastfeeding, warm up your breasts, either in the shower or put on a compress and then squeeze out some milk by hand. You can then breastfeed.

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