17 Breastfeeding Stages Moms Are Sure To Experience

A new mom goes through a plethora of emotions during baby’s first year.

If you’re breastfeeding, you’re going through some other emotions as well.

From nervousness to joy and everything in between, these are the breastfeeding stages that you might experience as a breastfeeding mom of a new baby.

Before actually breastfeeding, you might have concerns or straight-up FEARS. You might also be afraid of so many things. You might think that you won’t be able to make breastfeeding work.

The Phase Of Uncertainty

You just gave birth, and in less than 24 hours, more people than ever before have seen you naked. You haven't worked out in months, and you can't see your toes because of your huge body.

The I’ve Lost All Sense Of Modesty Stage

The hospital in which you give birth is inevitably going to have a shower with ungodly high shower pressure.

The Why Is The Shower Pressure So High Phase

Before your breast milk supply regulates at around 6-12 weeks, your body really doesn’t know how much to produce. It’s possible that you will have an oversupply.

The Engorgement Phase

The hardest part of breastfeeding is learning to trust your body. I remember when my pediatrician asked me “is baby getting enough breast milk?”. Umm, I’m sorry, I don’t believe there’s a gauge there.

The Stressed Out Phase

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