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Breasts come in all shapes and sizes, and all of them work just fine for breastfeeding. The size of a woman's breasts, whether large or small, doesn't reflect their milk-making capacity, nor how easy breastfeeding is. Breasts are made up of fatty tissue, glandular tissue and connective tissue. The size of your breasts reflects how much fatty tissue there is. It is the glandular tissue in your breasts which makes milk. Some mothers and babies breastfeed well from the start, some take a little more time and effort, regardless of breast size.
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Do Larger Breasts Make More Milk?

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Breastfeeding with large breasts | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Jane said her husband started asking for her milk the night she came home from the hospital after giving birth. I felt it was OK. The study focused on the rural Buikwe district, in the central region, where the behaviour is reported to be common. The preliminary research suggested that men often drink before the child is fed, usually once a day, sometimes more frequently, and for about an hour at a time.
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'She can't say no': the Ugandan men demanding to be breastfed

Large breasts are often considered more attractive, but how about their function as organs destined to produce milk for the nourishment of the baby? During pregnancy and, particularly during lactation, women are mostly interested in their breasts as sources of food and growth signals for their baby. Low milk supply is one of the major reasons why women are discouraged to breastfeed and cease breastfeeding early [1], which has potential detrimental effects for both the mother and the baby.
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If you have large breasts — whether they started out that way, or they got very big during pregnancy and the first few weeks postpartum — you may have some concerns about breastfeeding. Breastfeeding with large breasts can be more difficult for first-time moms. All of these concerns are normal. However, with a little help from the beginning, you can get over your worries and get breastfeeding off to a good start. Once you're feeling more comfortable, your baby is latching on well, and you establish a healthy milk supply for your baby , breastfeeding will become easier and more natural.
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