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How to care for your breasts during a diet?

How to care for your breasts during a diet?


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Lots of food is still a problem with which Almost every woman struggles after having a baby.

Due to quick discharge from the hospital, young mothers they have to deal with overfilling themselves. Many of them do not quite know how to reduce the discomfort associated with this condition, and the multitude of advice (often mutually exclusive) leads to basic mistakes in breast care during a stroke. In times of crisis it is worth remembering that the flood of food testifies to Fr. the proper course of lactation and bodes well for the future.

A storm of food - when does it occur?

Lots of food it physiological breast overfill 2-4 days after delivery (30-40 hours after the birth of the child). It also happens that the onset of the onset occurs later: 5 or even 6 days after delivery.

Breast overflow is associated with the release of hormones responsible for starting lactogenesis II, or the maturation of lactocytes, producing milk from now on which has more and more components of mature milk.

Increased breastfeed is also associated with greater blood and lymph flow to the gland, which results in its tension and overflow. This phenomenon is physiological, i.e. completely natural.

When does the collapse end?

The most difficult moments are first 2-3 days of onset. Stabilization of lactation occurs after about 2 weeks, sometimes the symptoms of milk flow can appear for several weeks. However, the discomfort that accompanies the onset is severe, and neglecting the mammary gland at this time can lead to many complications.

What do breasts look like in milk dairy?

Breast overfill is clearly visible: the mammary gland is heavy, very full, young mothers almost always feel discomfort in their breasts, spontaneous flow of food can often be seen.

A mass of food usually occurs on day 2-4 and applies to both breasts. If you notice other symptoms such as breast soreness, redness, elevated body temperature or stagnant food, it is worth consulting a specialist. These features do not indicate physiological condition and require treatment.

Milk storm: what to do?

The collapse is a physiological condition, so it doesn't require treatment. However, it is worth knowing the rules of how to deal with milk dairy to minimize its symptoms and prevent its complications.

The most important rule in the milk cave is no milk delivery (by hand or with a breast pump). A small amount of food can be dropped from the breast in two situations: if the breast is tense so that the newborn has difficulty grasping it, then we express some milk to reduce the tension of the nipple or between feeding when the child does not want to suck.

In the second case, it's worth remembering to feed draw only to a feeling of reliefand not until the breast is completely empty! Completely expressing the food may cause excessive production.

Let's remember that the period of milk crisis is stabilization period during lactation. It is the mother's body that learns how much milk it must produce from a child. By drawing large amounts of food, we provide our body with incorrect information about the need to produce even more of it.

Worth recommending ways to deal with a lot of food are wraps.

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