How can I completely dry up my milk?

I stopped breastfeeding entirely about four months ago, and I’m still producing milk. Obviously not like I was, but if my daughter leans in my chest wrong or something, milk still comes out. Is there a way to completely dry up my milk??

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BIRTH CONTROL. It’s the only sure way.

Cabbage leaves in your bra :slight_smile:

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A Dr can give you something…

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There is a type of tea you can drink. I think it’s peppermint! But look it up to be sure. Also, cabbage leaves in your bra!

Sudafed D. The D part will dry you up.

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Purple cabbage in your bra. Replace when it’s no longer cold. Worked for me

Sudafed or benedryl has helped.

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My youngest is 8 years old and still have milk sometimes dripping… good luck :joy:

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Cabbage for sure! Put in bra and then wrap like an Ace wrap around to make it snug and it will work. Replace when it’s not cold anymore. Works!

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What I did was nipple pads and didn’t touch those suckers .

Some women just take longer than others. Expressing milk to check can slow down the process too. I agree on sage and mint tea.

I had milk after my first for 7 years until I was pregnant with my second :joy:
For my mom it took like 13 years for her milk to finally completely stop
So good luck!

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Sage tea… tastes terrible but within 24 hours after a couple cups you’ll dry up quickly and painfree

My son is 18 months. I never breast fed, I drank the teas, wrapped in cabbage, I’ve been on birth control, etc. I still produce a little bit of milk :woman_shrugging:t2:

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I’ve heard Benadryl helps

Cabbage worked for me

Yea it’ll be years before you quit dripping

Wrap fresh cabbage leaves around em.

My daughter is 9 1/2 and I’m still producing :expressionless:

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