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What signals the milk to come in for c-section deliveries?

The abrupt hormonal shift that occurs at the separation of the placenta from the uterus is what signals the milk to come in. Thus, mom’s body will get the same signal whether she has a cesarean or vaginal birth.

If the milk comes in late, do not worry. Lots of skin-to-skin and frequent breastfeeding will help. Stay in touch with the lactation consultant to see how the baby is doing.


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