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    proudmomma33 posted:
    I'm nursing my son and have been for the last month and a half. The problem I have come across is my left boob has gone squishy. I'm still producing milk but my boob in and of itself is for lack of better words soft and mushy. I'm not understanding why though cause it shouldn't be. Is this the early signs of my milk drying out or lack of production? What can I do to fix this problem as I don't want to stop nursing my son.
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    proudmomma33 responded:
    Sorry I'm new on this site and didn't realize tips was me giving tips. I'm actually looking for any tips/advice/help on this matter. Thanks in advance.
     
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    amaris261 replied to proudmomma33's response:
    See if this helps: http://kellymom.com/bf/got-milk/supply-worries/breast-fullness/


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