by livewellMay 3, 2012 at 6:34 AM
Are you making sure the boob is not "sagging" or "stretching" in a sideways motion? if you picture the boob as being full of marbles around a central straw, you want to keep the straw straight as possible :) A good nursing bra helps.
by preacherskidMay 3, 2012 at 6:42 AMDo they feel hard or warm anywhere? Is the pain an achy or sharp pain? First thoughtvis warm compresses, some light massage, and tylenol if all else fails :)
by lilmama479May 3, 2012 at 11:22 AMI am thinking its the bra, I will look into a more supportive bra. Thanks.
by 3gardeniasMay 5, 2012 at 5:51 AM
Does your nursing bra have a full frame on the inside? Those can compress the nerves at the sides and top of your breasts (right around the cut out in the middle sometimes the openings don't stretch to allow changes in breast size during the day. Compressing the nerves can make you feel like your ducts are aching. Damage to them can affect milk production as the messages don't get sent properly and the milk pools in the breast because the message to release breastmilk when feeding isn't strong enough. I wore that style with my first baby as I didn't know any better and had to have treatment because of it. t know now the 'aching ducts' feeling was the beginning of nerve damage.