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Heavy breast with clots, intense pain on touching, could not do breastfeeding due to insufficient milk. How can I reduce it?

hi doctor, i am charanjit. i have one year old baby. when my baby was born i had no milk in my breast. thats why i could not give him breastfeeding . but from that period i have very breast. and when my baby touch it then i feel pain. i think there is milk clouts left . i told to my gp but she said, it will be fine,but its not. please tell me something, i am worry about it. and wants to reduse my breast.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
Please have a sonography of the breasts done, it will show up any retained milk inside.
It is very less likely though.
After childbirth, bulky breasts are common.
Take care.
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