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Breastfeeding With Small Boobs?

Will I have a harder time breastfeeding if I have small boobs?”

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Will I have a harder time breastfeeding if I have small boobs?”

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The amount of milk you produce doesn’t depend on breast size. Big ones have more padding, but not necessarily more—or more effective—mammary glands. So relax, we know plenty of small-breasted women who’ve been successful at breastfeeding.

-- Excerpted from The Baby Bump: 100s of Secrets to Surviving Those Nine Long Months

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Breastfeeding With Small Boobs?

I am the president of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee or, IBTC, and I nurse. At my son's last well visit, I joked, "i'm so glad he's growing -- I still can't believe these (grabbing my boobs) make enough food! And his doctor said, "Yeah, me either." hahahaha!

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Breastfeeding With Small Boobs?

I'm a size 32A when not pregnant/nursing, and I have had no problems nursing my baby boy (now 8.5 months old). I've known ladies with much larger boobs who were not able to produce enough milk and had to stop or supplement. The size of your breasts does not matter!

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