Breast milk squirting

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This is not true when it comes to breastfeeding, so everyone needs to stop calling it that. Breastfeeding is hard. There are aspects of it that would make it easier than bottle feedings, such as the cost and no clean-up, but it is exhausting. A mother who chooses to breastfeed will usually be the one feeding the baby. She will also be the one who calms the baby most of the time, as nursing is just as much about comfort as it is about food. Another big struggle with breastfeeding is never knowing exactly how much the little one is getting.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Your baby is rooting for the breast, and you finally get settled and get him latched, only to have him pull away crying. Overactive let-down, sometimes called forceful milk ejection reflex, can be difficult for baby and mom.

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Hyperlactation is when your body produces much more breast milk than your baby needs. The milk may come out fast and forcibly, making it difficult for the baby to nurse well. Many women notice that their milk leaks or sprays a lot.
For new moms, breastfeeding can be frustrating— and rewarding. Here are some surprising facts that will help you understand what your body is going through. Breast milk is usually white or cream-colored, but it can also be green, blue, yellow, or orange. One breast will produce more. Just like one of your hands is bigger, your breasts are probably different sizes too.