Mummies pregnant and Breastfeeding...

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Munchkin30, May 31, 2013.

  1. Munchkin30

    Munchkin30 1 DD,2 losses, Pregnant!!

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    Hey all,

    I'm 6 weeks with no 2 and still feeding my 19 month old. The only thing is my boobs don't really hurt! I get an occasional twinge but not much and I'm sure with dd they REALLY hurt by now!

    Do you think it's cos I'm still Breastfeeding so my boobs don't need to get ready to breastfeed cos they already are??

    Anyone else with non painful boobs whilst still Breastfeeding?

    Thanks all xx
     
  2. EllieNation

    EllieNation Mother of 2

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    I was breastfeeding my 17month old till a few days after I found out I was preg .... And I was planning to stop anyway to be fair, but just couldn't quite bring myself to ... But when he was feeding my boobs started to feel .... Funny. Not painful exactly, but sort of a deep unpleasant sensation like someone poking you hard in the belly button. So I knocked it on the head last week.

    And now I'm feeling a bit sad about it, but he's 17 months I guess. And he only fed at bedtime, not interested the rest of the time. But I'm missing the closeness.

    Oh well.

    Kinda strayed from your point into a bit of self-pity there!

    Oooopss xxx
     
  3. KElwanger

    KElwanger Well-Known Member

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    I'm bfing my 13mo ds only at night probably 3 times. My boobs don't hurt whatsoever. But they also didn't hurt at the beginning of my first pregnancy so maybe I'm just not prone to that symptom I'm not sure. But it would make sense that your boobs don't need to prepare for bfing because they already are and therefore don't hurt. Sounds logical to me :)
     
  4. babybaker2011

    babybaker2011 Wife & Mom to 2 girls

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    I'm breastfeeding my almost 18 month old and I had really sore boobs with my last pregnancy and now I don't have any soreness, whatsoever, just an occasional twinge here and there like you.
     
  5. bassdesire

    bassdesire Well-Known Member

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    I nursed through two preg and mine always hurt
     
  6. Mummy_leanne

    Mummy_leanne Well-Known Member

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    I'm still feeding my 2 year old and am currently 22 weeks pregnant.
    I have to say that I'm in no where near as much pain as I was with my first I've put this down to the fact my boobs have toughned up through so much use over the past 2 years lol

    X
     
  7. Beatha

    Beatha Mum to a boy & a girl

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    I'm breastfeeding my 19month old son and I found out a few days ago that I'm pregnant. My breasts don't hurt at all but they hurt a lot that in my first pregnancy. I noticed that my son doesn't feed so often and he gets grumpy during the night feeds. I wonder if I already have supply problems.
     
  8. Housecat

    Housecat Well-Known Member

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    I still nurse my 21 month old and I'm 14 weeks. My nipples are a bit more sensitive than usual, but it's bareable!
     
  9. samisshort

    samisshort Mama to 2 boys

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    Consider yourself lucky lol! I'm breastfeeding my 14 month old and I'm 7 weeks with #2 and my boobs are killing me :haha:
     
  10. samisshort

    samisshort Mama to 2 boys

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    Consider yourself lucky lol! I'm breastfeeding my 14 month old and I'm 7 weeks with #2 and my boobs are killing me :haha:
     
  11. krys

    krys Madi's Mommy

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    I'm breastfeeding my almost two year old. My boobs don't really hurt either! They did hurt a little yesterday for the first time, and I thought it was pregnancy related, but honestly I think they were a little engorged. They haven't been in forever cause my daughter doesn't nurse that much, but she was sick and nursed all night the night before.
     
  12. SamiraNChris

    SamiraNChris Hayden & expecting #2 :D

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    BF my almost 2 year ld and I got my bfp today, wonder when the pain will come!
     
  13. TheNewMrs

    TheNewMrs Well-Known Member

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    BF 14 mo and just uncomfortable right now. Not painful......... yet!
     
  14. Munchkin30

    Munchkin30 1 DD,2 losses, Pregnant!!

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    I'm nearly 8 wks and I've had slightly achy boobs but not much and very rare pain when feeding. Hopefully you'll be ok! X
     
  15. akblaze

    akblaze Mommy to Snug, Cub, Storm & Pregnant with #4!

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    Based on my hcg test that I just got I could be 4-5 weeks. (will hopefully get an EDD next week at my dating u/s) and I am nursing my almost 11 month old. I never had sore boobs during my last pregnancy and so far I don't this pregnancy. But I've never had ANY pregnancy symptoms! With DD I just got migraines a lot. I couldn't imagine having sore boobies and having to breastfeed... uncomfortable!
     
  16. krys

    krys Madi's Mommy

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    My boobs are super sore now!
     

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