Re: Engorgement relief and possible EPing
i guess I kind of feel like it's my fault. I planned a natural birth in a birth center and ended up in a hospital on Pitocin and go the epidural (no offense to any other mamas, this just wasn't what I wanted or planned for us.) My son came out tired and disoriented and didn't latch on, and the hospital staff took him away too quickly and for some reason I didn't see him for another 3 hours...
Originally Posted by tibeca
Patience mama. You are doing all the right things, but it takes time to learn a new skill.
Breathe and remember, every time you two get it right is one step closer to not having to work so hard. Good luck!
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][CENTER] Veronica, doula and wife to Michael
, SAHM to baby Michael born January 2012