Yes, but the amount of milk your breasts will make will depend on how your surgery was done, where your incisions were, and the reasons for your surgery. Women who had incisions in the fold under the breast are less likely to have problems making milk than women who had incisions around or across the areola, which can cut into milk ducts and nerves.
Breastfeeding during your next pregnancy is not usually dangerous to you, your breastfeeding child, or your new developing baby. Your child may decide to wean on his or her own because of changes in the amount and flavor of your milk. Your doctor also may advise you or you may want to wean your baby if: You have any problems in your pregnancy, such
The benefits of breastfeeding for mothers of multiples and their babies are the same as for all mothers and babies — possibly greater, since many multiples are born early. The idea of breastfeeding more than one baby may seem overwhelming at first! But many moms of multiples find breastfeeding easier than other feeding methods because there is nothing to prepare. Many mothers successfully breastfeed
Most breastfeeding moms do not need a special diet, but eating healthy foods and getting exercise will help make sure you have the energy you need. Juggling a new baby and a good breastfeeding routine can be stressful. Learning how to keep your stress level as low as possible can help make the breastfeeding experience a positive one for you and your baby. Do