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September 21st, 2008, 04:19 AM
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What can you do to help having unequal breasts?

They were normal before but since I have been nursing I have more favored the right side over the left and subsequently now, when full my right breast is like 2x the size of my left one. It produces WAY more milk.

Will they go back to normal when she has weaned?

Just wondering!
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September 21st, 2008, 10:03 AM
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I have had the same prolem since Tayden was about 6 weeks old. My left breast is a B and my right is a DD !! It has made wearing bras very difficult...and now that she is nursing so much less they are alot closer in size. I have spoken with other women who have had this problem and all but one's breasts returned to the same size once they were done nursing.
I am looking forward to having breasts the same size again!

ALos- when Tayden wasnt eating many solids and I was nursing alot if I would pump in the am I would get 2.5oz from the left side and 10 from my right!

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September 21st, 2008, 10:18 PM
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I'm strong advocate for chiropractic care. Dh and I get regular adjustments. Our chiropractor has three LO's and I think the birth experience alone is hard on babies. We took dd right away after leaving the hospital and she gets regular adjustments now. I think a small pain in the neck can effect latching on one side compared to the other. Now of course there are likely lots of other solutions, causes and reasons but I just want to throw this one out there too.

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