Along with all the amazing benefits that breastfeeding provides, it can also come with some challenges. Two common concerns for nursing and pumping moms are sore, painful conditions on the breast called plugged or blocked milk ducts and mastitis. Understanding what causes these conditions and how to treat them can help your breastfeeding journey be as easy, and painless, as possible. This will feel like a firm, sore lump in the breast, and may be reddened and warm to the touch. Blocked milk ducts are common in breastfeeding moms, and can be caused by anything from missing feedings to wearing too tight a bra. Prior to nursing or pumping, use a warm, moist compress on the plugged area for several minutes, then massage the area to break up the blockage.
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Jump to content. Breast engorgement means your breasts are painfully overfull of milk. This usually occurs when a mother makes more milk than her baby uses. Your breasts may become firm and swollen, which can make it hard for your baby to breastfeed.
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When you first start breastfeeding your baby, your breasts produce colostrum in small amounts that gradually increase over the first few days. One of the signs milk is coming in is your breasts become fuller and firmer. This swelling is not just caused by the greater quantity of milk, but also by increased blood flow and extra lymph fluids in your breast tissue.
I knew, long before I gave birth to my son, that I wanted to breastfeed any children I might have. During my pregnancy I was so sick that I mostly stayed in bed and watched Netflix, and I watched that Breastmilk documentary at least four times. I read about breastfeeding, and I felt like I was mostly prepared, or as prepared as a person could be for the ordeal of feeding another human being with your own body. I was fairly confident about the whole thing, but in the back of my head there was this tiny kernel of fear. What if the thing that it seems almost all breastfeeding parents in America fear happened to me?