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When it comes time for your breastfeeding journey to end, consider how you will stop to reduce your chances of mastitis or engorgement. The process of ending your breastfeeding journey is called weaning. This may take a few weeks or several months. No matter your reason of weaning, whether it be a demanding job or low milk supply, you did a great job feeding your baby. Don't forget to celebrate your journey, now matter how it looked!
It's almost important to note that your emotions might be a roller coaster during this process. Fluctuating hormones are partially to blame. Breastfeeding also created a special bond between you and your baby and it can be hard to close this chapter and start a new one. Give yourself some grace and continue to nourish your body with healthy food, get enough rest and be open with your partner or mental health professional. Consider filling the time you spent breastfeeding or pumping with a new hobby.
So without further adieu, here are 10 tips to stop breastfeeding.