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Old 06-02-2010, 08:15 AM - Thread Starter
 
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i dont like the way it feels, i want her to stop but i dont want to stop breastfeeding ... is it normal and will it go away?

my boobs are eeeevil.................eeevil i tells ya....
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:10 PM
 
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Very normal to have those feeling during pg. I have nursed through 2 pgs and by that point, it was all I could do not to throw the nursing child off my lap and waddle away, it was like nails on a chalkboard. Yes it does go away, when varies, for me it was never until the baby was born.

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thankyou i feel like a terrible mother, breastfeeding is really important to me but the feeling is urgh at the moment

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Nope, certainly not a terrible mother. Lactation support is what I do for a living so you can say that I am an avid breastfeeder, and I HATE breastfeeding while pg. I always did it because my children were not ready to wean when I decided I needed another baby. I always tell my moms that it is nothing like the breastfeeding they experienced before pg. It will get better though.

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Yes, normal. I have weaned once and hated that so I stuck through it with the last two but I did find myself distracting them a lot so they wouldn't ask. It does go mostly away after birth, maybe a month after or so.
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