Breastfeeding FAQs: Pain and Discomfort (for Parents) - Nemours KidsHealth - Postpartum breast discomfort

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Usually 2 to 5 days after your baby is born, you will notice changes in your breasts. They will get larger, somewhat firm, and slightly. They will get larger, somewhat firm, and slightly tender as they start to make more milk. This is called postpartum breast engorgement. Engorgement is normal.

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By Goltile - 15:21
Sore Nipples.​ Massage you breasts while nursing, from base to nipple.​ If your nipples become dry, cracked or sore you can express breast milk and gently rub it into your nipples.
By Vudal - 18:04
What happens to a woman's breasts during and after pregnancy?​ Breast milk production will begin if you had a baby vaginally or if you had a cesarean section (C-section).​ Although engorgement can be uncomfortable, it helps your body decrease breast milk production.
By Molar - 06:12
Here are answers to some common questions about preventing and reducing breastfeeding discomfort, such as nipple and breast pain.

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