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If you have had or are thinking of getting breast reduction surgery, you may wonder how the surgery may affect breastfeeding. The aim of breast reduction surgery is to decrease breast volume. As such, a certain amount of milk ducts and glandular tissue may be damaged or removed.
This book was written to enable mother who have had breast reduction surgery to breastfeed their babies. This first of its kind publication addresses questions and myths whether its possible to breastfeed after breast reduction surgery. To top it all off, she and her family raise german shepherd guide dog puppies for the Seeing Eye.
When a healthcare provider is faced with someone who has had breast surgery they sometimes react like this automatically. It seems cruel that in a society where nursing our babies is almost rare in comparison to the widespread normalisation of bottle feeding and human milk substitutes that the parents who really really want to nurse their babies are the ones who struggle the most. There are all sorts of reasons why we struggle to breastfeed or chestfeed and when you add surgery into the equation it complicates things even more.
Compra verificada. If you had breast reduction survey and plan to breastfeed, this book is a MUST. I was not able to breastfeed my first child because I had prepared for lactation just as other women do.
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Breastfeeding can be challenging for mothers who have undergone breast and nipple surgery. University Hospitals offers a variety of resources to help you avoid low milk production and successfully breastfeed your baby after a surgical procedure. Most mothers who have had breast or nipple surgery will produce some amount of breast milk.
The sections in that book on strategies for increasing your milk supply were widely used by mothers and breastfeeding counsellors to help all mothers with low milk supply and not just those who had undergone breast reduction surgery. Making More Milk is aimed primarily at mothers who have a low milk supply for whatever reason. It gives them the tools to be their own detective and to work through possible causes for their low supply, as well as suggesting strategies to tackle the problem. This book will also be useful for Leaders and health professionals who are working with mothers who have a low milk supply in spite of seemingly doing all the right things, like frequent feeding.