Your pre-breastfeeding bras will most likely be too small, so invest in a few nursing bras in your new size. Breastfeeding With Implants or After Surgery. This latch technique lifts the baby's nose off of your breast. If it's difficult to see your baby's mouth and your nipple, try breastfeeding while sitting in front of or next to a mirror. But, pay attention to your baby's hunger cues and weight gain to prevent overfeeding her. If you can, take a breastfeeding class while you're pregnant to learn how to latch your baby on in different positions and holds. A lactation consultant or a breastfeeding support group can also provide encouragement and support. Your breast size does not determine the amount of milk-making tissue you have or how much breast milk you will make. This breast hold may make latching on easier, especially when you're first starting out.
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