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Why Are My Nipples Leaking? 11 Possible Explanations — And When You Should Worry
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While every breastfeeding mom worries about having two wet dots on the front of her shirt, leaks are very manageable and easy to prevent. When baby starts sleeping longer stretches at night, many moms wake up with a soggy pajama shirt. Making sure you have enough milk is probably at the top of your mind. Content begins here Leaking While every breastfeeding mom worries about having two wet dots on the front of her shirt, leaks are very manageable and easy to prevent. Almost every mom has a funny story about when it happened to her, but you can avoid leaks by: Feeding your baby frequently, before your breasts become overly full Wearing nursing pads Learning to recognize the let-down feeling so that you can put mild pressure on your nipples with your forearms by crossing your arms over your chest to prevent an embarrassing moment or you can pump or feed your baby immediately Keeping an extra shirt at work or in your car Carrying a sweater to put on in case of emergency Many moms will leak less or stop leaking after the first few weeks of breastfeeding.
Your body is going through an amazing transformation while pregnant. Along with growing a little one, your body is preparing for the things that happen immediately after giving birth! Your breasts are just one of the things drastically changing in preparation for your baby.
Remember when it felt like you had two boulders full of milk on your chest? And if the baby let go while nursing, you'd laugh as the milk sprayed everywhere? But now things have changed.