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I hope she figures it out soo, too! But I wonder about the advise of limiting her to 10 minutes per breast. If she is having latch/suck issues, then she is probably not effeciently removing milk from your breast and not getting to the higher calorie and high fat hindmilk in the 10 minutes. To me it would make more sense to allow her nurse until she drains one breast before switching her and/or then giving her the EBM. IDK, limiting the amount of time for nursing doesn't seem like it would help the problem.
Mara, mama to two boys born 05/2009 and 04/2011, after four miscarriages.
I'm sorry, and I hope this works itself out quickly. I'm having BF issues too, totally different nature but boy it doesn't make these early days easy, does it...
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