As the feed goes on, he has some to work a little harder to get the thicker, creamier milk from your breast. Find local LLL support here. Baby has a cold or a blocked up nose When your baby has a stuffy nose, it can be really hard for her to get an effective latch on the breast and breathe comfortably while feeding. When your baby is latched on and feeding effectively, his tongue should be between his lower teeth and your breast. As your breast covers her nose she will automatically open her mouth to be able to breathe. Try offering her another chance to latch on properly and feed, if she seems to want more milk.
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