This question is very common, especially moms who are first or have a bust aesthetic. Remember that during pregnancy the breast will grow, this varies from woman to woman and has to do with heredity, diet, pregnancy outcome and how was the breast before pregnancy, among other things. This growth is usually well tolerated by the skin of the breast and usually when you have stopped breastfeeding within regresses (goes back to its original size.)
Some people felt it was better not to breastfeed the baby in an effort to keep the silhouette. Fortunately, this behavior has changed and have seen the benefits of breast-feeding, which together with the ideal nutrition that you give your newborn baby, strengthens the skin and breast tissue.
It is very important to follow the guidelines for nursing specialists and basically are:
- Hygiene measures before and after feeding your baby.
- Alternate the breast with the other.
- Continue for several months this type of food.
Breastfeeding will protect you from breast cancer among other physical benefits also help you regain your weight after pregnancy. The best thing to do once you finish practice your lactation is physically, since a good routine, especially made with record-often a solution to the sagging of the tissues, caused by their growth during pregnancy and lactation.