Your Pregnancy

BETTER after birth

Your baby’s finally here, and you’re excited, but you’re also exhausted, uncomfortable and on an emotional roller coaster. No matter how you birthed your baby, the physical changes of postpartum are immediately visible, unlike the gradual changes of pregnancy.

WHAT TO EXPECT

■ Your breasts may feel full and tender for several days when your milk comes in, and your nipples may be sensitive at first. You will have colostrum in your breasts until the mature milk comes in within three to six days after delivery. If you have any breastfeeding problems, talk to your midwife or alactation specialist. Relieve clogged milk ducts with breast massage, frequent feeding, feeding after a warm shower, and applying warm, moist compresses throughout the day. Tender breasts will feel

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