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Everything I've read and heard states you really only leak when you looks at, talk to or think about your baby....ummm that's crap lol. I'm leaking ALL THE TIME. I try to "air dry" after feedings but it's hard to do when you're leaking
Anyone else have this problem?
With # 1, I had a serious oversupply and very strong letdown, and I would spray across the room. Seems like it calmed down around 3 months. This time it's a little more reasonable, but there are still times when I look down and am dripping through my shirt.
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I leaked a lot for the first 6ish weeks. Especially with let down, the other breast would lose so much milk. It has settled down in the past few weeks and I don't need pads or anything now. I bought milk savers on amazon and wore them and would catch 2oz from the non nursing breast when my son would eat. I wore them both in between nursing sessions for random let downs in the beginning as well.