Re: what to do when baby favors one side?
I began LC training, then moved and never pursued finishing. I'm sure a nipple shield has helped some but I was taught that babies don't get as much milk when you use a nipple shield.
PP suggested changing to a different position when nursing on the refused breast. I agree. You may have a milk duct that makes the milk spray a little differently.
Try nursing on that side first, when she's really hungry.
Most problems get better, we just have to get through those first few weeks while baby is learning what it's all about (and us too for that matter)Take care.
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, 16yo DS
, 13 yo DD, 5yoDD,4 yo DD, 1 yo DD
, 1 month old DD
and 6 angels I'll get to see in Heaven one day.