While you may have intended to breastfeed your baby well beyond the six-month mark, sometimes those plans dont work out for one reason or another.
We all know breastfeeding has countlessbenefits for both mother and baby, but theres also nothing wrong with needing to stop. Theres no right time to stop breastfeeding your baby. Everyone is different.
Some women need to stop breastfeeding due to their work schedules; others because certain medications may interfere with their breast milk. The process of stopping breastfeeding can be a challenging one depending on how quickly you need to try to stop.
Whatever your reason may be for why you need to stop breastfeeding, here are some tips for how to stop breastfeeding that will make the process a smoother and less painful one. Be sure to consult your doctor if you experience any difficulties while trying to stop breastfeeding, and let us know if you tried other methods not listed below that worked.
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