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I've known babies to click when the flow is fast and they're trying to keep up. My LO did it sometimes and it wasn't a problem. Are you in pain? The absence of pain might indicate it's not TT.
|BUT, you're right to keep on top of it. If for some reason he's not draining your breasts effectively, you want to protect your supply.|
I totally agree with the PP's. I just wants to add that my DD did a very distinct clicking while nursing when she was younger. She stopped doing it around 4 or 5 months. Could never find out what was causing it or why she did it. Some babies just click for the sake of clicking, atleast mine did.
DH and I - totally winging life with our four children, DS1 (6.5yrs), DS2 (5yrs), DD (3yrs) and DS3 (1)!
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