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Originally Posted by ChristyMarie
I'm going for a natural childbirth and all that good stuff so everyone assumes I'll be breast feeding. While I haven't ruled it out if it ends up happening, my breasts never developed so there most likely isn't enough breast tissue there to produce any milk. I now have implants so it isn't quite obvious that I have zero breast tissue. We'll see what happens but meanwhile I've been investigating my options.
What do you tell people who question you as to why you aren't breastfeeding? I feel it is none of their business and really don't feel like detailing my medical history back to the time I was 12 to justify my situation.
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