4 months old baby

Question: My both breasts size become unequal after delivery. It looks very awkwrd.im a breastfeeding mom of 4 month old baby.pls help me to handle that problm

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Answer: Esa tb hota h jb aap baby ko 1 side se jyada feed krate h...aap baby ko bari-2 se dono side se feed krae equal ho jaenge
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    Amandeep Awana988 days ago

    Us side feed hi bht km ati hai to baby refuses to hve milk from dis side

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