Answer: Hi I Understand your problem and even I also face the same problem what you are talking about during my breastfeeding . but one of my friend had advised me to use nipple Shield which actually help me to feed my baby well . so you can surely opt one nipple shield as per your size of nipple and use it and give it to you baby to feed it really work well but make sure to maintain hygiene of that while feeding your baby . always sterelise it after and before feeding
Answer: Hi,it us not like that you will get the milk supply but nw it depends in the baby weather the baby will be able to suck or not.
Nit necessary if the first child was bit able to latch the second one will also not be able to latch so don't worry give a try
In case the baby us not able to latch then you should express your milk so that your baby is able to get the feed and your milk disent dry up
All the best
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Try using a breast pump before you breastfeed. The suction of a breast pump can help to make your nipple longer and thinner so it's easier for your little one to latch on.
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And for the future
Include lots of fruits and vegetables in your diet
Increase your fluid intake have 16-20 glasses of water a day
Chewing ajwain would help you with bloated and indigestion
Go for any form of physical activity
Add a daily walk for 30 min in your routine or sign up for pregnancy yoga it would help you speed up digestion
High fiber food in your diet help you ease and improve bowel movement concern fruits such as prunes,figs,banana or vegetables as well as whole grains such as oats and flax meal are fiber booster
If you can't much on fiber ask your gynaclogist for a fiber supplements