Try breastfeeding more often. 3-4 hours is too long for a newborn. If you feed more often, you wo not get as engorged in between. You should be breastfeeding at least every 2 hours during the day and every 3 hours at night. Cabbage leaves would be fine - you are engorged because you are producing too much milk. If you "dry up" a little bit, that will solve your problem. As long as you keep breastfeeding on demand, you will continue to make plenty of milk for her. DON'T wear a tight bra! That can cause plugged milk ducts, which can lead to mastitis (breast infection). Wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothes. Wear breast pads to catch the leaks.

1. Milk of ruminants in ceramic baby bottles from prehistoric child graves

The study of childhood diet, including breastfeeding and weaning, has important implications for our understanding of infant mortality and fertility in past societies1. Stable isotope analyses of nitrogen from bone collagen and dentine samples of infants have provided information on the timing of weaning2; however, little is known about which foods were consumed by infants in prehistory. The earliest known clay vessels that were possibly used for feeding infants appear in Neolithic Europe, and become more common throughout the Bronze and Iron Ages. However, these vessels-which include a spout through which liquid could be poured-have also been suggested to be feeding vessels for the sick or infirm3,4. Here we report evidence for the foods that were contained in such vessels, based on analyses of the lipid 'fingerprints' and the compound-specific 13C and 13C values of the major fatty acids of residues from three small, spouted vessels that were found in Bronze and Iron Age graves of infants in Bavaria. The results suggest that the vessels were used to feed infants with milk products derived from ruminants. This evidence of the foodstuffs that were used to either feed or wean prehistoric infants confirms the importance of milk from domesticated animals for these early communities, and provides information on the infant-feeding behaviours that were practised by prehistoric human groups.

2. How much stinking milk in my tea!!?

The tea your boyfriend made has the ingredient of Sugar, Milk, and love

3. Ice Cream made from Breast Milk?

Oh that is just dumb! I dont understand why PETA has a problem with milk. It doesnt hurt the cow at all to be milked. In fact it hurts them to not be milked.

4. Trouble with Breastfeeding..not knowing what to do.?

Congratulations on deciding earlier on in your pregnancy that you want the very best for your baby by wanting to breastfeed him/her. I breastfed all 4 of my children as babies and it certainly makes life a lot easier, no bottles to have to sterilize, dont need to worry about heating up a bottle, no need to buy formula. It sounds like there has been a lot of "myths" thrown your way in regards to breastfeeding. Your breasts are very tender as you are pregnant and they are changing, after your baby is born the soreness will not be there as they will have already changed. Feeding your baby is not going to feel the same as a partner sucking on your breast, you are not going to get aroused, you are feeding a precious baby and there is milk being drawn from your breast, its very different. The way a baby sucks to draw the milk from your nibble is not the same as when a breast pump is used, you will find that if you use a pump only then not only will you be spending a great deal of time using a pump but it will not increase your milk supply the same as feeding your baby, feeding a baby is actually quicker than using the pump, they get the milk out faster and easier. Also your breasts after a while will supply the amount your baby needs, its supply on demand , so the more your baby grows and needs the more your breasts will produce. There is nothing stopping your husband from enjoying the feeding of the baby,you can still express a bottle esp first thing in the morning when you will have a lot more milk and put in the fridge so when you are cooking dinner or something your husband could feed the baby. Its what I used to do and it was great. Your husband can also be involved in a lot of different ways, there is nothing stopping him from putting the baby to your breast and talking to the baby while its being fed, babys communicate a lot with their eyes at that time and nothing looks better than seeing your baby's eyes light up when you are talking to him/her. I know this is long, if you want to ask me anything feel free to send me a message or use messenger

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