Human breast milk is an amazing fluid. Breast milk is undoubtedly the ideal food for a human child. Only a mother can produce it for her child. The structures that make up the female breast protect, produce, and transport breast milk. It may be easier to understand when you know about all the parts that work together to make it happen. On the outside, skin surrounds the breast.
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Having a sore breast can be a painful and alarming experience and can occur when the milk flow in your breast is blocked. Your breast may feel tender, there may or may not be redness or a hard spot or sore lump in your breast. Treat any engorgement promptly to avoid developing blocked ducts or mastitis. Milk flows through a duct system in your breasts. Sometimes an area of the ducts becomes blocked and milk stops flowing well. A section of your breast may or may not be redder than usual.
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This information is on topics of interest to parents of breastfed children. It is not intended to be advise, medical or otherwise. If you have a serious breastfeeding problem or concern, please talk directly to a La Leche League Leader which will provide you with support, encouragement, and evidence-based information. LLLI does not engage in the practice of medicine; please consult a health care professional on any medical issue. It is possible to establish milk production for an adopted baby, even if you have never been pregnant or given birth.
Last Updated on June 4, Some moms experience breast pain even after they stop nursing. As sudden weaning leads to problems like plugged ducts, engorgement, and mastitis, we recommend that you go for gradual weaning. First-timers find breastfeeding uncomfortable, and as a result, suffer from cracked nipples and painful breasts. This pain makes them stop breastfeeding.