Bec Judd Shares Photo Capturing The Pain Of Engorged Breasts!
Mum of four, Bec Judd has written a book on babies called The Baby Bible and in it she shares a photo most women can relate to…. the moment their milk drops!!
Judd’s refreshingly honest photo has women clutching their chest as they remember what engorged breasts felt like. Let’s face it, that moment your milk drops is like nothing else on earth. I don’t know about you but I seriously felt like two bricks had suddenly made their way down my chest and stopped suddenly at the tip of my nipples. To say I was massive is a huge understatement. When I put my boys on to feed, their heads looked like two smarties resting on two giant watermelons!
Author, TV and radio presenter Judd shared a picture on her radio show, The 3pm Pick Up‘s Facebook page of her MASSIVE boobs following the birth of her first son, Oscar.
“I look like Dolly Parton, don’t I, on steroids. I was skinny arms and legs and bazookas out to here,” Bec says.
The above photo is a sneak peek into her new book which features pictures and stories from her pregnancies. Judd also spoke about how much her body changed when her milk came in.
“I couldn’t believe when they came in, this picture was taken about day four and I remember as it was coming in I could feel these boobs, they were getting so hot and tingly,” she said.
She said the pain when her milk came was so painful, worse than when her epidural wore off!
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“I cried all night and my mum was there and my mum started crying because she said ‘you’re hurting so much and I don’t know what to do, like I never had this when my milk came in.’ She ran and got me some cabbage leaves and I was on all the drugs for it and I bawled for about two days,” said the mum-of-four.
Bec and AFL husband Chris Judd are parents to Oscar, 7, Billie, 4 and one-year old twins Darcy and Tom.