I was supposedly breastfeed my baby but I have no milk at all. What are the causes of this problem that I had. Did I made something wrong when I was pregnant or it's all about the genes that I have?
How old is your baby? Can we know a little more about your situation?
You know already that it can take up to 5 days after your baby's birth for your milk to come in, right? You don't have milk right away. But you want to make sure your baby is sucking on your breasts to stimulate them even before your milk has come in.
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