Breastfeeding and pregnant

Discussion in 'Breastfeeding' started by Skatinbabe, Oct 6, 2016.

  1. Skatinbabe

    Skatinbabe Member

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    I'm still feeding my daughter who is 18 months. Normally just morning, night and through the night.

    I always wanted to go by her call for stopping but I don't think she is likely to stop anytime soon as she's a boob monster.

    Will my milk change during pregnancy? Is she likely to go off it? What happens when colostrum comes in?

    Thanks
     
  2. Maud

    Maud Well-Known Member

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    My oldest continued to feed throughout my pregnancy. She only fed at bedtime though and towards the end I don't think she was getting much, if any, milk. It was our special time together though and I'm glad we were able to continue, even if it was a bit awkward with a baby bump.
     
  3. kumber

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    I've no personal experience of this but I've heard older ones can go of it as the milk reverts back to colostrum and they don't like the taste of it or something? Not sure I've got that right though
     

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