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Hell doctor How to stop breastmilk I stopped giving breastmilk to my baby she is now 1 and half year so I stopped giving but I can I stop my breastmilk naturally or by medicine is there any side effects of using medicine in future
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No need of medication..  It will stop automatically after stoping feeding a baby.. It may get ingorge,  then take analgesic.. Still no stop then take medicine.. For detail consultation connect with me online
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There is no need of any medicine. Just stop feeding your child and the milk will dry up in a few months. Initially, you may have engorged and painful breasts and may take analgesics for this.
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U can havemedicines for that
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