Breast feeding chills
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I am not saying you need to take abs, mommal is certainly not alone with her experience. There is no medical evidence or proof that breastfeeding makes you cold. Super refreshed and then by Then it came back, with a vengeance, I was alone with the kids and my fever came back and I could barely talk my teeth were chattering so bad.
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Problems After Delivery Of Your Baby
My guess is either flu, or mastitis. Fever, chills and body ache I'm not a breastfeeding professional, but my personal experience is that mastitis can be resolved without antibiotics. I reached out to Stephanie Nguyen, co-founder of Modern Milk and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, to see if she had any knowledge about breastfeeding causing a mother to feel cold. There are a lot of things that change when you become a breastfeeding mom, like having to keep absorbent pads in your bras before you head to the grocery store and making sure you watch your alcohol intake in between feedings. A study found that out of 97 patients, 32 percent of them experienced postpartum chills. Fever, chills and body ache My guess is either flu, or mastitis.
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How to prevent and overcome mastitis
If you don't see improvement soon, or things get worse, see the doctor and consider some antibiotics. I had something like that for about 12 hrs and my LC did not think it was mastitis but just late hormonal changes. My guess is either flu, or mastitis. Chills, however, while breastfeeding could be a sign of mastitis, a breast infection that has flu-like symptoms. The Mayo Clinic notes that those who have mastitis often have fevers of degrees Fahrenheit or higher , which could result in sweats and chills. Nursed my sweet daughter 3 years, 3 mos. Thanks for all of the help
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