Generally, it's safe to continue breast-feeding while pregnant — as long as you're careful about eating a healthy diet and drinking plenty of fluids. However, breast-feeding can trigger mild uterine contractions. Although these contractions aren't a concern during an uncomplicated pregnancy, your health care provider might discourage breast-feeding while pregnant if you're at risk for preterm labor. If you're considering breast-feeding while pregnant, be prepared for changes your nursing child might notice.
He isn't open to the idea of talking to a professional about this. It appears most likely because your son is still very young that you are living out your husband's fantasies, but he is not. This could make him somewhat jealous and insecure. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Try Independent Minds free for 1 month.
The seriousness that goes into caring for a baby is enough to really stress a new parent out. Thankfully, mamas like Amber Tamblyn are bringing delightful levity to one of the most serious topics of new parenthood: breastfeeding. In a recent US Weekly interview , the actress chatted about letting hubby David Cross try out her breast milk. While he was a bit shy at first about tasting the stuff, Tamblyn set him at ease. Tamblyn, who is a mom to 3-month old daughter Marlow, goes on to say that Cross enjoyed the taste of her milk much more than he thought he would.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Breastfeeding means some major changes for your body. Along with producing milk to feed your baby, your breasts will likely become larger and may feel uncomfortable , your nipples may be sore or cracked and can change in appearance , and the hormone levels in your body will be different than during pregnancy. When you think about it, it makes sense that breastfeeding would affect your sex life.