WORKS ON DEMAND
At first, you may experience leaking. But lactation consultant and M&B expert Barb Glare says your body soon registers that it’s feeding only one small baby – not an entire suburb. “Most of the time mothers find their milk supply settles down after a few weeks and they no longer experience leaking unless they become really full,” she says. Leaking is more likely to happen if bub misses a feed – and also during sex. The body releases oxytocin during both activities and can get confused.