Scenario: New mom, week old nursling. Baby crying. Mom exhausted. Mom wonders “maybe I just don’t have enough milk.” Mom calls her best friend who tells her, “well I didn’t have enough milk and so-and-so didn’t have enough milk.” Mom is now really concerned. Mom calls pediatrician. Talks to nurse (who contrary to her title never did breastfeed her own children ). Nurse says “maybe you just don’t have enough milk?”
Mom is now SURE she doesn’t have enough milk. She nurses baby and since baby continues to fuss she opens the bottle of formula that the hospital sent home with her and offers it to baby. Baby guzzles formula and mom watches the ounces disappear. She is now positive she doesn’t have enough milk. Her breasts ache but she tells herself that her body is incapable of sustaining this overly-hungry child. And I think you can guess the rest of the story.
Scenario: New mom, week old nursling. Baby crying. Mom exhausted. Mom wonders “maybe I just don’t have enough milk.” Mom calls her best friend who tells her “Call xyz. She is a LaLecheLeague Leader.” Mom hesitates calling such a *radical* organization. She calls her pediatrician. Talks to nurse (who has had much success at assisting breastfeeding moms). Nurse assures mom that she has enough milk. Nurse suggests mom rest with baby and nurse, nurse, nurse to build supply. Nurse also recommends LaLecheLeague.
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