The phantom sensation of letdown can occur long after weaning, and it's typically nothing to worry over. The breastfeeding let-down reflex, also called the milk-ejection reflex MER , is an automatic natural reaction that happens in your body as your baby breastfeeds. Then, put the baby to your breast once your milk begins to flow. You may also see milk spraying or leaking heavily out of your breast. Phantom let-down is the sensation of the let-down reflex that continues after breastfeeding has ended. It may feel like breast milk is about to leak out, but there is no milk in the breast. It can come on quickly and unexpectedly at feeding time, when you hear your child cry, during a warm shower, or during sexual activity. If you are still in pain from childbirth, you can take Tylenol or Motrin about 30 minutes to an hour before feeding time.
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