Two months later, she learned she had stage 3 breast cancer at age In February , I felt a pea-size lump in my breast, close to my armpit area. Then it started to grow rapidly. My family and I were on vacation in Maui my son, Jack, was four at the time , and my husband started getting very concerned. So I left there without anything booked, and I began thinking about it a couple of days later. I started to get a little worried.
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Remember when it felt like you had two boulders full of milk on your chest? And if the baby let go while nursing, you'd laugh as the milk sprayed everywhere? But now things have changed. Have you lost your milk? It's a common worry. There are certain times when this is more likely: in the first couple of days after birth, before the mature milk comes in; when the baby is around three or four weeks old and starts nursing frequently; and between three and six months. Changes in baby's behaviour are often behind these concerns, Clarke says.
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Breastfeeding is a wonderful and rewarding experience, but it is not without its difficulties. Both of these situations are upsetting, but be patient and ask for help if you need it. Talk to your pediatrician or lactation consultant for assistance and support. Most of the time you can find a solution and still breastfeed.