Where to give birth: your options Antenatal classes Make and save your birth plan Pack your bag for birth. Stopping breastfeeding will make your symptoms worse, and may lead to a breast abscess. It makes the breast feel painful and inflamed, and can make you feel very unwell with flu-like symptoms. Early signs cues that your baby is ready to feed can include: moving their eyes rapidly putting their fingers into their mouth rooting turning to 1 side with their mouth open as if seeking the breast becoming restless Crying is the very last sign that your baby needs feeding. There are a number of reasons why you may experience breast pain while you're breastfeeding. Mastitis inflammation in the breast happens when a blocked duct isn't relieved. Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide.
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