Many small breasted women worry
that their size will affect breast feeding their baby,
possibly meaning they will not be able to breast feed
at all. Breast size does not matter. Larger breasts
are made up of a larger proportion of fatty tissue.
Of course this has no effect on your milk production.
It is very rare for a woman to be born
with insufficient glandular tissue to be able to breast
feed her baby. In fact, women with small breasts may
find positioning easier than a larger-breasted woman.
Many women find that after breast feeding they need
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