There are many surprising things that happen to your body when you start breastfeeding, but what about when the mumma milk bar closes for business? Here’s everything you need to know:
2. The milk tap is still running
Just because you want to stop breastfeeding doesn’t mean your boobs got the memo. They could continue producing milk for a while after you’re no longer nursing and if you’re not careful you could get engorged breasts, mastitis or other problems. So like with point 1, best to wean gradually and express a tiny bit until your supply is gone.