Treatment of excessive breast milk

About an hour before the start of breastfeeding, the breasts on both sides are completely sucked out to make them soft. Then continue to use the same side of the breast for several times, until the side of the breast is completely soft and comfortable and the other side of the breast begins to feel unbearable fullness. When you feel bloated and can’t stand it, breast-feeding on the other side until you feel bloated and can’t stand it. It may be necessary to suck out the milk on both sides for a second time in a day, both for comfort and to avoid blocking the milk tube. For the next few days, continue breastfeeding with the same breast until the other side is full. This will allow the baby to eat one breast for several hours before changing to the other. When your body generates the message “too much milk”, it will slow down the speed of milk secretion and gradually no more excessive breast milk phenomenon.

One breast is fed each time, and then the same breast is fed within two hours until the next complete breast feeding process.

If necessary, gradually extend the breastfeeding time on the same side

If this method is not effective, try to fully empty the breast and breast feed with one breast until the other side is too swollen to bear (see above for details)

If the other side of the breast is too swollen to bear before you are ready to breastfeed, suck out a proper amount of milk to relieve the pressure, and do not empty the breast.

Use cold fresh cabbage leaves or frozen potato chips to relieve discomfort and swelling