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Question: How to stop breastfeeding at night

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Answer: hi if you want to stop breastfeeding you should initially reduce the number of times your feeding the baby then you should reduce the time of feeding the baby then you should make it alternate times and then slowly you should make it only once a day this will help to be the baby completely
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