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Reduced sensitivity in breasts abruptly
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I have been pumping with noogleberry for about a year and have had about a two cup size increase. I had a surgery to have my gallbladder removed about a month ago and took a week off. Since then I have added in some supplements and I’m guessing that’s why I had another increase in breast growth in the last couple weeks. I was already not quite fitting the XL cups and now it’s worse. In the last week I noticed a reduced sensitivity in my breasts. I still have sensitivity in my nipples. I stopped pumping because it is not resolving. I am wondering if being in the cups that I have completely filled with my new side increase could have caused sone capillary compression and nerve damage?  Does anyone have experience with this? I was about to move into larger cups and am regretting I stayed in these. Anyone have any thought?

Thank you!

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#2

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I think the rule of thumb is your supposed to go to the next size when you have gotten 3/4 full

You might find some discussion on the noogleberry blog.

Bobbi

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#3

Thanks Bobbi.

I did not know that! I’m just afraid that the numbness will take a lot of healing time. I certainly don’t want my breasts to be numb even if they are looking better!




(16-03-2021, 03:43 PM)Happyme Wrote:

ahh I could only dream of filling my cups! Such a problem Smile" alt="Smile" title="Smile">

I think the rule of thumb is your supposed to go to the next size when you have gotten 3/4 full

You might find some discussion on the noogleberry blog.

Bobbi


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#4

Thanks Bobbi.

I did not know that! I’m just afraid that the numbness will take a lot of healing time. I certainly don’t want my breasts to be numb even if they are looking better!




(16-03-2021, 03:43 PM)Happyme Wrote:

ahh I could only dream of filling my cups! Such a problem Smile" alt="Smile" title="Smile">

I think the rule of thumb is your supposed to go to the next size when you have gotten 3/4 full

You might find some discussion on the noogleberry blog.

Bobbi


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#5
Numbness is usually caused by too much pressure near the arm pit where nerves are. Try to move the cups away from arm pit area, even if you have to pump one breast at a time moving the cup closer to the center. Also try to move the cup lower. You should stop noogling until the numbness goes away. Massage the area gently where you are having trouble.
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(15-03-2021, 02:38 AM)Kammyg Wrote:

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I have been pumping with noogleberry for about a year and have had about a two cup size increase.




two cup sizes?! what is your routine?

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#7
I would stop pumping and see if it passes.   I have had numb breasts after pumping for long periods of time (6 hours straight) but the feeling came back after a few hours.
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