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I had a breast reduction when I was 20... and I NEEDED IT BAD!!! I was a 38 H! I was HUGE!!! so Im not sure if I will be able to breast feed... I would REALLY LIKE to be able to! but I guess only time will tell!
I BF and pumped for my son for about 3 months until all the dietary restrictions finally got to me (he is lactose intolerant to this day). I breastfed my daughter after birth and for a few days until she broke out in large hives and pooped blood. We found out she is allergic to milk and soy products so shes on a hypoallergenic formula. With my childrens history of allergies, im not really sure what we will be doing for this one.
i think alot of people in this world instill in moms heads that if you feed your child formula then you are a failure, which isnt true! i would rather feed my child formula to actually make it gain weight than have it starve bc i cant produce enough breastmilk, i hate having a baby on my boobs but love the bonding experience of a bottle, i will still breastfeed the first little bit but if i cant get enough supply then formula it is