Hi dear Carrie..
Thank you for choosing HCM...
It looks like the feeding is not sufficient for the baby and since you are complaining of blocked lactiferous duct
, most common reason is improper positioning of the baby or incomplete drainage
from each breast..
In practical terms infant should remain at one breast per feed i.e., until she spontaneously releases the breast.In this way quantity of milk ingested is less but fat content and calorific value increases as feed progresses.A high fat content will satiate the baby and decreases hunger-drive..Interval between feed increases and baby will not be irritable..Since there is no remaining milk it prevents from future obstruction..
Soy lecithin allergy
manifests as eczema
, hives and itching..This is clearly not it..No need to worry...