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There are two ways to think of engorgement and I feel like it is important to understand the differences. If you have given birth in a hospital setting and have had IV fluids for an extended period of time, you could have a form of engorgement that stems from too much fluid filling the tissues of the breast from your IV. Or 2-3 days after birth when your milk transitions from colostrum to milk your breasts can become full, heavy […]

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