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    Weaning and severe breast pain
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    An_253835 posted:
    My youngest will be one on Tuesday and we also have a seven-year-old. I nursed my oldest for one year and have completely stopped nursing my youngest a few days ago. I went from nursing almost every meal to a few times a day for about a month. I decided to completely stop a few days ago and today I am in so much pain! I iced for a couple of hours after work this evening and couldn't take it anymore. I can't even lift my arms up or walk correctly. I finally decided I can't hurt like this anymore and took a hot shower to relieve some of the pain. It worked some, but now I am scared of what tomorrow will bring. I am in tears and I have felt labor without medication so I know what pain is and this is pain! Please help!!! The worst part of nursing is this.
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