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 Leaking breast milk after four months of not breast feeding?

Answer Leaking as in dripping 4 months after you stop nursing is not "normal" and needs a call to your doctor or midwife. Leaking as in droplets seen on your nipple or felt on on your bra, especially if t... Read More »
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So California is trying to pass a Law that Breast Feeding Mothers get paid breaks to pump breast milk. Opinion?

No, I don't think they should get "paid" breaks. I think extra breaks for a breast feeding mother to pump are fine if she requests it but I don't agree with paid breaks. How many would she need? I ... Read More »
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How to Switch From Breast Milk to Whole Milk?

The transition from breast to whole milk can be jarring for your little one. Not only does it disrupt your baby's normal routine of suckling at your breast, but also the taste and nutritional conte... Read More »
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Are itchy breasts a sign of breast cancer?

Itchy breasts---particularly when coupled with other unusual symptoms---may be a sign of rare forms of breast cancer, including inflammatory breast cancer and Paget disease of the nipple. However, ... Read More »
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How common is breast cancer of both breasts?

Ductal carcinoma (begins in the cells of the ducts) is the most common of breast cancers, occuring generally in one breast. Lobular carcinoma (begins in the lobules, or the glands that make milk) i... Read More »
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