Why Does The Breast Feel Full But When It Is Collected It Only Drips?
I want to ask. I was bru lhiran for about a month. Then the asii transmitter. The pyudra feels full of pain and seeps but when pumping it is just a drop. What should I do?
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In the 1 month postpartum, frequent production of breast milk is excessive, because of the high levels of the hormone prolactin and the hormone oxytocin which play a role in the regulation of milk production and ejection. Furthermore, along with the decreasing levels of the hormone prolactin, the production of pure breast milk is determined by how often breast emptying is done.
The consumption of breast milk supplements can indeed be one of the factors supporting the smooth production of breast milk. However, even without consuming ASI supplements, as long as you maintain your food and drink intake properly and regularly empty your breasts, then ASI can still be produced smoothly according to your baby's needs. Conversely, even if you consume as much and as good as any breastfeeding supplement, if you do not regularly empty your breasts, breast milk may be able to settle in the breast, causing the ejection to be smooth. This is what causes most mothers to fail to produce enough milk to meet the needs of their babies. This is also a possibility that eventually makes your breasts feel painful, but the production of breast milk looks very little.
We suggest doing the following steps:
Before consuming ASI supplements, especially in the long run, consult your doctor about the safety and effectiveness of these supplements
Routinely breastfeed your baby directly in your breast, and also milk your milk when not being breastfed every 1 to 3 hours
Eat a variety of balanced nutritious foods, drink at least 10 glasses of water per day
Calm your heart and mind, stay away from excessive stress
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Do not take any medication without a doctor's prescription
Compress painful breasts with warm water while massaging gently turning (don't overdo it)
Always use a bra that is clean, also keep your breasts clean well (including by cleaning it every bath, as well as every will and according to breastfeeding)
If the steps above have not been successful in resolving your complaint, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.