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I have a big chest. Is there any special tricks that would help ease feeding?
Although a child can eat quite effectively from the breast of any size and shape, you can try with your child the following techniques:
- Place a towel or folded diaper under your breasts and lift them to a more comfortable position for feeding.
- During feeding, support the weight of your chest with your hand - palm bottom and thumb on top. This will lift the weight of the chest from the child's chin.
- Use the reception when you make a sandwich from your chest (see
Chapter 2), which is usually used for a smaller chest to control the process of taking a baby's breast.
- Do not strain your back, use pillows to lift the baby to your chest instead of leaning towards him during feeding.
- Use the swelling-preventing methods (see Chapter 2).
- For convenience, wear a good supporting bra for feeding.
- Some mothers notice that after they stopped feeding, their breasts became smaller than they were before pregnancy.
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