The wave-like muscular motions of her tongue and the pressure from her jaw help create suction on the sinus area of the ducts. The sinuses are flexible areas of the milk ducts and located just behind the areola. Your baby then uses her tongue to "milk" your breast. When the milk flows from your breast, it's coming out of about 9 to 15 nipple pores. Picture water flowing from a showerhead rather than from a hose, which is more like a bottle's nipple with one hole. To capture all of the milk, and especially the milk in these storage areas, your baby needs to open wide and take a big mouthful of your breast, as opposed to sucking on just the tip of your breast, or the nipple, like she would suck on just the tip of a bottle. Plus, while sucking is important and comforting for your baby, what you really want to ensure is that she's drinking and swallowing. We have a dedicated store in. Her placement for a deep latch helps tremendously with this.
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