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Breastfeed Rev. 2010 Mar;18(1):16-8.

A case of dysphoric milk ejection reflex (D-MER).

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  • 1Tasmanian Lactation Consultants.

Abstract

Dysphoric milk ejection reflex (D-MER) results in waves of negative emotions that last from shortly before initial milk ejection until baby starts to feed vigorously Symptoms may decrease by 3 months or they may continue throughout the breastfeeding period. This report is a case study of an Australian mother who experienced D-MER with her fourth child.

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