April 14, 2006, Newsletter Issue #79: MYTH-My breasts donīt feel full, so I canīt breastfeed.

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Breasts do not have to feel full to produce plenty of milk. It is normal that a breastfeeding womanīs breasts feel less full as her body adjusts to her babyīs milk intake. This can happen suddenly and may occur as early as two weeks after birth or even earlier. The breast is never "empty" and also produces milk as the baby nurses.

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