Weaning and Breastfeeding Pain

Weaning Pain - Image by mariagarzon via Pixabay - Word Overlay by Jennie Louwes
Engorgement of the breasts and a Mamas emotional well-being are the top two culprits when it comes to weaning and breastfeeding pain; and, yes, weaning breastfeeding pain is normal.

Some mamas are ready to stop breastfeeding, while others are not. Some women may feel they’re ready only to discover, when breastfeeding comes to an end, they’re sad regarding the disconnect. You might cry, and it’s okay to not feel okay emotionally. But if you’re feeling sad to the point of depression seek out assistance from your OB/GYN (Obstetrician/Gynecologist).

It’s normal to mourn, even to mourn when a new routine replaces an old one, and to look back wistfully.  Prescribed short-term use of medication, to help you transition mentally and emotionally when dealing with weaning breastfeeding pain, could be a life saver for you! Moms at their best ensure that babies are at their best too. There is no shame in asking for help or seeking out mental health treatment.

To read more about how to treat engorgement of the breasts, and ones well-being, in regards to weaning baby off breast-milk please read my complete article here:

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I've had poems published in anthologies; but, to be paid for my words makes the title of writer far more official. What's up next? How about authoress? It's on the horizon and getting closer with each passing day.

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Bring on the Rain - Self Portrait and Word Overlay by Jennie Louwes

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